This category lists web sites relating to larger parts of Sweden than the counties (Sw. län). In addition, sites about the Swedish provinces (Sw. landskap) belong in this category.
Sites dealing with smaller regions within one single county or province are listed in the subcategory for that county/province.
The province of Angermannia incorporates part of Västernorrland County, and minor parts of Västerbotten County and Jämtland County. The coast of this province has been declared an UNESCO World Heritage site.
Hälsingland, the old province of Helsingia, comprices the northern part of today's Gävleborg County.
Jämtland, or Jemtia, is located in the north of Sweden, just south of Lapland.The province of Jämtland is not identical to Jämtland County, which is larger and also comprises the province of Hälsingland.
Lapland is the largest of Sweden's historical provinces. It is also known as Laponia. The Swedish province should not be confused with Sápmi, the area traditionally inhabited by the Sámi people, which is also known as Lapland but is considerably larger and comprises parts of several countries.
Närke is a land-locked province which makes up the southern part of Örebro County. The old name Nerike and its Latinized form Nericia are sometimes used to refer to the province.
Öland Island is situated off the east coast of Sweden, south of Gotland Island. It contains some unique landscape features such as the Stora Alvaret, a 40-km steppe with thin soil and a distinctive flora.
This category is intended only for sites that are in English and that pertain to the whole island.Swedish-only sites should be submitted to World/Svenska/Regionalt/Europa/Sverige/Landskap/Öland/
Sites about a particular place on the island should be submitted to the appropriate locality: Borgholm for the north, Mörbylånga for the south.
Småland is a province in the south-east of Sweden, dominated by a forested high plain. It comprises the counties Kronoberg, Jönköping and Kalmar. A fairly large proportion of the Swedish Emigrants to the United States in the 19th century came from this part of the country.
Södermanland, usually known as Sörmland, is a province to the south-west of Stockholm. It is characterised by an open landscape with many lakes and deciduous forest.
Uppland, or Uplandia, is located north of Stockholm. About half of Stockholm County is included in the province of Uppland, but the major part of the province is Uppsala County. The province was formed in 1296.
Västergötland, or Westrogothia, is one of the historical provinces of Sweden. It is located in the south-west of the country, and is part of Västra Götaland County.
This category should house sites that are in English, and relevant to the province rather than the county or any locality therein.