Multrä TV Mast
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Multrå transmitter is a facility for FM-/TV-broadcasting near Sollefteå in Sweden. It uses a guyed mast, which was built in 1964. This mast had before 1988 a height of 325 metres. On February 7, 1988 its pinnacle fell down as result of excessive icing
The Forsmo Bridge (Forsmo Järnvägsbron in Swedish) is a railway bridge over the Aangermann River in Northern Sweden.
The Sollefteå church was built, using granite, in the 13th century but was heavily re-modelled in the late 18th century when it was transformed into a rococo building with a high hip roof. The church was extended to the south and west and a vestry was added in the east
Sollefteå Municipality is a Swedish municipality in Västernorrland County. Its seat is located in Sollefteå. The former City of Sollefteå (instituted in 1917) was amalgamated with the surrounding entities in 1974 to form the present municipality. It consists of fifteen original (1863) units
Sollefteå is a locality and the seat of Sollefteå Municipality in Västernorrland County, Sweden with 8,562 inhabitants in 2010. The earliest written account on Sollefteå is found in a script dating back to 1270
Sollefteå Hospital is a hospital in Sollefteå in Västernorrland County, Sweden. The hospital was the first site to use an automated vacuum collection system, with the first system installed in 1961.