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, are Syriac-Aramaic (Syriac language) and Arabic. To a lesser extent, Finnish (Finnish language) and Serbian (Serbian language) are also relatively common second languages. The community has attracted immigrants from the Baltic states, the Caucasus, Iraq, North Africa mostly from Morocco, Asia like Pakistan, the Philippines and Koreans, and South America for some time. Economy Truck manufacturer Scania AB (Scania (company)) has its main

location in Södertälje. It is also one of the main sites for pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca. http: www.astrazeneca.se om_oss verksamheten-i-Sverige The port of Södertälje is the second in the Stockholm region. Volkswagen Group has its Swedish headquarters located in Södertälje, and Lantmännen Axa Foodservice AB is located in Järna 10 km south of Södertälje. Sports The city has Södertälje SK, an ice hockey team in the second


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Södertälje, Sweden The oldest city with the historical city status (city status in Sweden) in Södermanland was Södertälje, a privilege granted around 1000. Nyköping received the privilege in 1187. In the 13th century, Stockholm was granted the privilege; in the 14th century followed by Strängnäs, Torshälla and Trosa. founder location Södertälje, Sweden locations #Production sites 10

Founded in 1891 in Södertälje, Sweden, the company's head office is still in the city. Today, Scania has ten production facilities in Sweden, France, Netherlands, Argentina, Brazil, Poland, and Russia. In addition, there are assembly plants in ten countries in Africa, Asia and Europe. Scania's sales and service organisation and finance companies are worldwide. In 2008, the company

name "autoevo" The 1960s saw Scania-Vabis expanding its production operations into overseas locations. Until now, all Scania-Vabis production had been carried out solely at Södertälje, but the '60s saw the need to expand production overseas. Brazil was becoming a notable market for heavy trucks, and was also dependent on inter-urban buses, with particular requirement for Brazils mountainous roads which became nigh-on impassable at times.


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Södertälje, Stockholm County, Sweden country Suburbs The Stockholm


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the Øresund Bridge, the Arlanda Airport link (Arlanda Express), Södertälje-Huddinge (Huddinge Municipality), Söderhamn-Enånger, Varberg-Kungsbacka and Helsingborg-Lund. The X 2000 train undoubtedly contributed to building public support for these large projects. *Stockholm (Stockholm Central Station)–Falun, calling at Arlanda (Stockholm-Arlanda Airport), Uppsala, Avesta-Krylbo (Avesta), Borlänge


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received a professorship in the same field in 1911. From 1926, when his professorship was divided, he was professor of Organic Chemistry. From the commemorative book ''100 år med SVENSKA DAGBLADET 1884-1984'', published in Södertälje 1984. ISBN 91-7738-061-4. Scanned and retouched (colour corrected only) by David Remahl (User:Chmod007). - 1989 (1989 World Ice Hockey Championships) Stockholm Södertälje, Sweden style "background:silver;" '''Silver''' - '''Tumba''' is a bimunicipal locality (urban areas of Sweden) and the seat of Botkyrka Municipality in Stockholm County, Sweden with 37,852 inhabitants in 2010. A part of its statistical urban area (Urban areas in Sweden), called Rönninge, is in Salem Municipality. The population is 35,311 (2005). The Swedish krona (swedish krona) banknotes are printed by Crane AB at Tumba Bruk, in Tumba. Tumba is situated half-way between Stockholm and Södertälje and is considered a Stockholm suburb. In Tumba and Rönninge there are stations on the Stockholm commuter rail network. Flemingsberg is the name of a railway station on the Stockholm commuter rail line between Södertälje and Märsta, via central Stockholm. Trains usually ride within 15 minute intervals both ways. Certain long distance trains with destinations such as Malmö, Gothenburg and Eskilstuna also stop at Flemingsberg. Flemingsberg is one of Sweden's bigger railway stations in terms of the amount of passengers. *Stockholm - Arlanda - Uppsala - Gävle - Söderhamn - Hudiksvall - Sundsvall; *Stockholm - Södertälje - Hallsberg - Karlstad - Charlottenberg - Kongsvinger - Oslo; *Stockholm - Södertälje - Hallsberg - Skövde - Herrljunga - Gothenburg; *Stockholm - Södertälje - Hallsberg - Karlstad - Charlottenberg - Kongsvinger - Oslo; *Stockholm - Södertälje - Hallsberg - Skövde - Herrljunga - Gothenburg; *Stockholm - Södertälje - Norrköping - Linköping - Nässjö - Hässleholm - Lund - Malmö; *Stockholm - Södertälje - Hallsberg - Skövde - Herrljunga - Gothenburg; *Stockholm - Södertälje - Norrköping - Linköping - Nässjö - Hässleholm - Lund - Malmö; *Gothenburg - Varberg - Falkenberg - Halmstad - Hässleholm - Lund - Malmö; History Norrtälje traces its history to 1219, when the location was first mentioned as Tälje. After some time, the name officially became Norrtälje, to separate it from the other Tälje in the province, Södertälje. The city arms were created as an upside down anchor as early as 1622 when the charter was granted. - Syrianska FC Södertälje Södertälje Fotbollsarena align "center" 6,700 - *The Wallenberg Endowment, University of Michigan award *Marcus Wallenberg-hallen, vehicle museum in Södertälje, in the Swedish province of Sörmland In Germany there are the "Schildbürger", from the town of "Schilda"; in the Netherlands, the people of Kampen (Kampen, Overijssel); in Bohemia, the people of Kocourkov; and in Moravia the people of Šimperk. There are also the Swedish Täljetokar from Södertälje, and the Danish (Denmark) tell tales of the foolish inhabitants of the ''Molboland'' (Molbo_story). Among the ancient Greeks Boeotia was the home of fools; among the Thracians, Abdera (Abdera, Thrace); among the ancient Jews, Nazareth; among modern Jews, Chełm (Chełm#"Wise Jewish Men of Chelm"); among the ancient Asiatics, Phrygia. '''Assyriska Föreningen''' is a Swedish (Sweden) football club (Football (soccer)) based in Södertälje. The club, formed in 1974 by Assyrian (Assyrian people) immigrants, has advanced through the league system and is currently playing in the second highest Swedish league, Superettan. They played in the highest Swedish football league Allsvenskan in 2005. The club has also played a final in Svenska Cupen, which was lost against Elfsborg in 2003. commons:Södertälje


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. Södertälje is an international municipality and this fact is reflected in business, cultural life and the population. History Prior to 600 AD, the lake Mälaren was connected to the sea. Due to land elevation, the lake was slowly cut off, and boats had to be carried over land to and from the lake. The name ''Telje'' is mentioned in the 11th century. To resolve a name conflict with another town that was founded north of Stockholm in the 17th century, ''Söder'' (meaning ''south'') was added to create ''Södertälje''; ''Norr'' (''North'') was added to the other to create ''Norrtälje. In the 18th century Södertälje had a charter. Due to the Great Northern War and a series of plague (Bubonic plague) epidemics, the population of the city dipped to barely above 200. Demographics About 39 percent of the inhabitants have foreign backgrounds, and this proportion currently increases by 1.5 percent per year. Among groups of immigrants in Södertälje the Assyrians are the one with the largest membership. In the city, Assyrians have five churches, two bishops, two soccer teams (Assyriska FF and Syrianska FC), many shops, association and the headquarters of TV Channels of Suroyo TV and Suryoyo Sat that is shown worldwide. http: www.sodertalje.se upload aktuellt dokument Sodertalje_in_the_world.pdf Following the war in Iraq many Iraqi refugees came to Södertälje, almost all of them are Christian Syriacs. The city has taken more Iraqi refugees than the United States and Canada combined. 1,500 Mandaeans live in Södertälje. http: lt.se nyheter sodertalje 1.2102865-morgondopp-som-ger-gruppen-nytt-hopp Other immigrants are mainly from Finland, former Yugoslavia and many more. The most spoken languages in Södertälje besides Swedish (Swedish language), which is the national language, are Syriac-Aramaic (Syriac language) and Arabic. To a lesser extent, Finnish (Finnish language) and Serbian (Serbian language) are also relatively common second languages. The community has attracted immigrants from the Baltic states, the Caucasus, Iraq, North Africa mostly from Morocco, Asia like Pakistan, the Philippines and Koreans, and South America for some time. Economy Truck manufacturer Scania AB (Scania (company)) has its main location in Södertälje. It is also one of the main sites for pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca. http: www.astrazeneca.se om_oss verksamheten-i-Sverige The port of Södertälje is the second in the Stockholm region. Volkswagen Group has its Swedish headquarters located in Södertälje, and Lantmännen Axa Foodservice AB is located in Järna 10 km south of Södertälje. Sports The city has Södertälje SK, an ice hockey team in the second highest league – Allsvenskan and plays their matches in AXA Sports Center (aka Scaniarinken). Assyriska FF and Syrianska FC are also two successful football (football (soccer)) clubs started in 1974 and 1977. They play in the same arena, Södertälje Fotbollsarena. In basketball, Södertälje BBK is one of the best in the country, and became Swedish Champions in the 2004 2005 season. Södertälje Storm Rugby League club are a pioneering Rugby League team, playing in the Swedish National Rugby League, which was formed in 2015. Geography The town is situated on a bay (headlands and bays) of Lake Mälaren, which is here connected with the Baltic Sea by the Södertälje Canal, commons:Södertälje


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and Malmö, as well as regional trains, call at '''Södertälje Syd'''. The station is located on a bridge across an ocean bay, 50 metres above sea level, with a spectacular view of the city. Commuter trains, ''pendeltåg'', carry on to '''Södertälje Centrum'''. By car European roads E4 and E20 converge at Södertälje. By bus By boat Get around See Do * '''Tom Tits Experiment''' * '''Syrianska FC''' Learn * Royal Institute of Technology, '''KTH''' Buy


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the Øresund Bridge, the Arlanda Airport link (Arlanda Express), Södertälje-Huddinge (Huddinge Municipality), Söderhamn-Enånger, Varberg-Kungsbacka and Helsingborg-Lund. The X 2000 train undoubtedly commons:Södertälje


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as trucks and buses. Over the succeeding years, the company, based in Södertälje, Sweden, developed an enviable reputation for the toughness, comfort and reliability of its commercial vehicles. The 1963 LB76 was the model that forged the Scania-Vabis reputation outside Sweden. This forward-control design was one of the first exhaustively crash-tested truck cabs. Image:Scania-Vabis SAVm43 close-support artillery vehicle.jpg thumb 250px right 1940s Scania-Vabis SAV m43 Close-Support Artillery


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Södertälje

'''Södertälje''' ( ) is a city and the seat of Södertälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 64,619 inhabitants in 2010.

The industrial city, about southwest of Stockholm, is the home to truck maker Scania AB and the research and development arm of a top 10 pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca.

Södertälje is an international municipality and this fact is reflected in business, cultural life and the population.

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