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Södertälje Hospital is one of the six emergency care hospitals in south Stockholm. The hospital has the following medical wards: Anticoagulation, Emergency, Respiratory, Anesthesia, Childcare, Diabetes, Diet, Paediatric, Maternity, Geriatric, Gynaecology, Infarction, Surgery, Obstetrics, Psychiatric, X-ray, Pain Treatment, Strokes, Ear, nose and throat. The hospital's emergency ward is open 24 hours a day.
Located on Karlslundsgatan, Missionskyrkan is a beautiful church of Södertälje. The pretty brown brick building is situated just a few minutes away from the city center. Missionskyrkan has a lot to offer when it comes to learning about the faith. Apart from regular worship service, it also offers Sunday school education, choirs, discussion groups and many youth activities that in turn help the members of the community live more meaningful and fulfilling lives.
Järna is a major urban suburb in Södertälje, and the second largest in the municipality in terms of the population. Historically a municipality, Järna was merged into Södertälje in 1955. Besides being a major residential hub, the area and its institutions are popular for being prominently guided by Anthrosophy, a philosophical concept founded by Rudolf Steiner. Kulturhuset i Ytterjarna is a popular place of interest in the city.
Standing at the banks of a lake surrounded by immense natural beauty, Ytterjärna is a tranquil settlement a little away from Jarna. The settlement's lifestyle and activities are notably influenced to a great extent by Anthroposophy, a spiritual philosophy founded by noted Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner. Culture, architecture and agriculture are some areas of Ytterjärna, in which these influences are profound. Kulturhuset i Ytterjärna, one of architect Erik Asmussen's most striking works, is a cultural center hosting an eclectic program of events throughout the year.
Amidst the many island clusters on Lake Mälaren is the island of Björkö. It is here where the archaeological findings of pre-historic Birka were unearthed. It is a designated World heritage site for its rich historic findings.
The Sånga Church on the Färingsö island dates back to the 12th Century. The beautiful Medieval church boasts of a Gothic facade. In the centuries to follow, the church's structure underwent a number of changes.The church is also home to some beautiful artworks, these include the lovely murals from 1470s, the ornate pulpit of 1635, the baptismal font of 12th Century as well as the altarpiece designed by Jordan Painter.
The Romanesque edifice of the Adelsö Church can be found in the Ekerö municipality. The complete stone structure dates back to the 12th Century. The sacristy, altarpiece, a crucifix and more were added in the centuries that followed. Hovgården, the UNESCO World Heritage Site is just a short distance away from the church, in fact, archeology and history enthusiasts will appreciate the chance to examine the Viking Age rune stones found in the sacristy of the church, designated Uppland Runic Inscription 1or U 1 and Uppland Runic Inscription 10 or U 10 in the Rundata catalog.
Lovön, one of the many islands on Lake Mälaren, is said to have a history that goes back to 2500 BCE. Located just about 15.5 kilometers (9.63 miles) from Stockholm proper, Lovön is surrounded by several big and small isles such as Fågelön and Kungshatt in south and Färingsö in the North. The island was an independent municipality until 1952, when it was merged with the municipality of Ekerö. No trip to Lovön goes without visiting the historic Drottningholm Palace. Other interesting attractions here include the Lovö church and Lovö Runestones; owing to its distinguished history, it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991.
Part of the Södertälje municipality, Hölö is a small urban settlement with a population of just 1400 as of 2010. The place was historically a municipality itself, but was included in Södertälje in 1971. Once popular for its marble industry, the locality today is primarily a residential community. Places of interest in Hölö include the historic Holon Church and and the local history museum right across the street.
Färingsö is one of the many islands on Lake Mälaren. It spans across 82.02 square kilometers (32 square miles)
The vast stretch of the Lake Mälaren houses a number of small islands; one of which is the Adelsö. Besides its mere population of just below 1000, the island's reserves include stretches of deciduous and oak trees, hills, forts and ruins, and more. Fishing is the primary occupation on the island.
Södra Ängby is a well-developed residential area in the western fringes of Stockholm. It was part of a development plan that blended the old aged housing structures (villas and cottages) with functionalism. The space stretches across a kilometer and features over 500 buildings, housing around 1800. These today are functionalist villas, varying in sizes, featuring flat-rolled sheet roofs and large windows, and extended balconies.