Stockholm Municipality

Stockholm Municipality or the City of Stockholm (Swedish: Stockholms kommun or Stockholms stad) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. It has the largest population of the 290 municipalities of the country, but one of the smallest areas, making it the most densely populated. It is also the most populous municipality in the Nordic countries.

Although legally a municipality with the official proper name Stockholms kommun, the municipal assembly (kommunfullmäktige) has decided to use the name Stockholms stad (City of Stockholm in English) whenever possible. This is purely nominal and has no effect on the legal status of the municipality.

Stockholm Municipality

Stockholms kommun
Coat of arms of Stockholm Municipality

Coat of arms
Stockholm Municipality in Stockholm County
CountrySweden
CountyStockholm County
SeatStockholm
Government
 • MayorAnna König Jerlmyr (Moderate Party)
Area
 • Total214.63 km2 (82.87 sq mi)
 • Land187.17 km2 (72.27 sq mi)
 • Water27.46 km2 (10.60 sq mi)
 Area as of 1 January 2014.
Population
(31 December 2018)[2]
 • Total962,154
 • Density4,500/km2 (12,000/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
ISO 3166 codeSE
ProvinceUppland and Södermanland
Municipal code0180
Websitewww.stockholm.se

Geography

Geographically, Stockholm Municipality comprises the central part of the capital (Innerstaden or Stockholm City Centre) as well as the southern and western suburban parts (Söderort or South Stockholm and Västerort or West Stockholm respectively). Of the municipal population, all but 200 people are considered living in the Stockholm urban area, a tätort further extending into ten other municipalities.

History

When the first local government acts came into force in Sweden in 1863, Stockholm was one of the then 89 cities of Sweden. A first City Council was elected. The area roughly corresponded with today's Innerstaden. Large areas were annexed in 1913, 1916 and 1949. The city was outside Stockholm County until 1968, having its own governor. The local government reform of 1971 made Stockholm a unitary municipality like all others in the country.

Demography

Population development in Stockholm Municipality 1970–2017
Year Population
1970
744,912
1975
665,202
1980
647,214
1985
659,030
1990
674,452
1995
711,119
2000
750,348
2005
771,038
2010
847,073
2015
923,516
2017
949,761

Source: SCB - Folkmängd efter region och år.

Residents with a foreign background

On the 31st of December 2017 the number of people with a foreign background (persons born outside of Sweden or with two parents born outside of Sweden) was 311 401, or 32.79% of the population (949 761 on the 31st of December 2017). On the 31st of December 2002 the number of residents with a foreign background was (per the same definition) 189 938, or 25.05% of the population (758 148 on the 31st of December 2002).[3]

Foreign countries of birth

On 31 December 2017 there were 949 761 residents in Stockholm, of which 234 703 people (24.71%) were born in a country other than Sweden. Divided by country in the table below - the Nordic countries as well as the 12 most common countries of birth outside of Sweden for Swedish residents have been included, with other countries of birth bundled together by continent by Statistics Sweden.[4]

Politics

National

These are the election results from the 1973 onwards in Stockholm Municipality. The municipality forms one of three municipal constituencies for the Riksdag along with Gothenburg and Malmö. In the SCB reports from 1988 to 1998 the exact decimals of the Sweden Democrats were not reported since only parties near the 4 % nationwide threshold were reported on.

Riksdag

Year Turnout Votes V S MP C L KD M SD ND F!
1973[5] 89.1 469,386 9.2 39.4 0.0 14.8 11.2 1.3 23.3 0.0 0.0 0.0
1976[6] 90.3 471,470 8.8 38.1 0.0 13.3 13.3 0.8 24.8 0.0 0.0 0.0
1979[7] 89.0 453,287 10.5 37.8 0.0 9.0 11.7 0.8 29.2 0.0 0.0 0.0
1982[8] 90.0 453,535 10.1 39.4 2.2 7.3 5.9 1.0 33.7 0.0 0.0 0.0
1985[9] 88.8 453,117 9.6 38.0 1.7 3.7 15.8 0.0 30.2 0.0 0.0 0.0
1988[10] 84.7 432,490 10.3 33.6 5.0 4.2 14.5 1.8 27.6 0.0 0.0 0.0
1991[11] 85.7 433,200 7.1 29.8 5.3 2.9 11.4 4.9 30.7 0.0 6.8 0.0
1994[12] 85.4 438,432 8.4 34.8 5.8 3.2 10.2 3.0 32.2 0.0 1.3 0.0
1998[13] 81.0 436,295 12.9 27.2 5.8 1.7 7.5 8.9 33.7 0.0 0.0 0.0
2002[14] 80.7 458,005 10.8 31.3 6.7 1.7 19.5 6.5 21.0 1.0 0.0 0.0
2006[15] 82.4 482,455 7.4 23.2 9.3 5.7 10.1 5.0 35.1 1.6 0.0 1.4
2010[16] 85.0 534,887 7.4 20.9 12.2 6.3 8.6 5.3 34.3 3.2 0.0 0.9
2014[17] 85.8 581,065 7.7 21.6 11.2 4.9 7.9 4.3 27.7 6.6 0.0 7.2

Blocs

This lists the relative strength of the socialist and centre-right blocs since 1973, but parties not elected to the Riksdag are inserted as "other", including the Sweden Democrats results from 1988 to 2006, but also the Christian Democrats pre-1991 and the Greens in 1982, 1985 and 1991. The sources are identical to the table above. The coalition or government mandate marked in bold formed the government after the election. New Democracy got elected in 1991 but are still listed as "other" due to the short lifespan of the party. "Elected" is the total number of percentage points from the municipality that went to parties who were elected to the Riksdag.

Year Turnout Votes Left Right SD Other Elected
1973 89.1 469,386 48.6 49.3 0.0 2.1 97.9
1976 90.3 471,470 46.9 51.4 0.0 1.7 98.3
1979 89.0 453,287 48.3 49.9 0.0 1.8 98.2
1982 90.0 453,535 49.5 46.9 0.0 3.6 96.4
1985 88.8 453,117 47.6 49.7 0.0 2.7 97.3
1988 84.7 432,490 48.9 46.3 0.0 4.8 95.2
1991 85.7 433,200 36.9 49.9 0.0 13.2 93.6
1994 85.4 438,432 49.0 48.6 0.0 2.4 97.6
1998 81.0 436,295 45.9 51.8 0.0 2.3 97.7
2002 80.7 458,005 48.8 48.7 0.0 3.5 96.5
2006 82.4 482,455 39.9 55.9 0.0 4.2 95.8
2010 85.0 534,887 40.5 54.5 3.2 1.8 98.2
2014 85.8 581,065 40.5 44.8 6.6 8.1 91.9

Local

The municipality is governed by a Municipal assembly (kommunfullmäktige) with 101 members. These are elected through municipal elections, held in conjunction with the Parliamentary elections every four years. The council meets twice a month and the meetings are open to the public. The council elects a Municipal executive committee (kommunstyrelse), with 13 members representing both the political majority and the opposition, with the responsibility of implementing policies approved by the assembly. The political organisation also includes eight governing full-time Commissioners (borgarråd) and four Commissioners representing the opposition. The work is headed by the Commissioner of Finance (finansborgarråd, sometimes called Mayor), who also chairs the executive committee. The current Commissioner of Finance is Karin Wanngård, representing the Social democrats.

Following the 2014 municipal elections, the seats are divided in the following way:
The governing parties Parties in opposition
The Social Democrats 24 The Moderate Party 28
The Left Party 10 The Liberal People's Party 9
The Green Party 16 The Christian Democrats 2
The Feminist Initiative 3 The Centre Party 3
The Sweden Democrats 6
Following the 2010 municipal elections, the seats are divided in the following way:
The governing parties Parties in opposition
The Moderate Party 38 The Social Democrats 25
The Liberal People's Party 10 The Left Party 8
The Christian Democrats 1 The Green Party 16
The Centre Party 3
Following the 2006 municipal elections, the seats are divided in the following way:
The governing parties Parties in opposition
The Moderate Party 39 The Social Democrats 27
The Liberal People's Party 10 The Left Party 9
The Christian Democrats 3 The Green Party 10
The Centre Party 1
Following the 2002 municipal elections, the seats were divided in the following way:
The governing parties Parties in opposition
The Social Democrats 35 The Moderate Party 27
The Left Party 11 The Liberal People's Party 17
The Green Party 6 The Christian Democrats 5

Municipal elections 1994-2006

Year Moderate Party Christian Democrats Centre Party Liberals Stockholm Party Green Party Social Democrats Left Party others
Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats Votes % Seats
1994 128 975 28,7 29 9 399 2,1 0 24 329 5,4 5 35 437 7,9 9 15 309 3,4 2 35 120 7,8 8 148 684 33,0 37 41 274 9,2 11 11 533 2,5 0
1998 146 797 32,9 35 28 320 6,4 6 9 187 2,1 0 34 789 7,8 9 19 561 4,4 3 26 347 5,9 6 114 118 25,6 28 54 663 12,3 13 20 411 4,5 0
2002 121 405 26,0 27 20 746 4,4 5 5 939 1,2 0 73 736 15,7 17 9 137 1,9 0 24 965 5,3 6 149 871 32,0 35 52 325 11,2 11 8 772 1,8 0
2006 180 207 37,3 41 18 907 3,9 3 15 205 3,1 1 46 657 9,6 10 5 831 1,2 0 44 530 9,2 10 118 129 24,4 27 38 284 7,9 9 16 084 2,6 0

Stockholm Party is a local party, which was represented in the City Council 1979-2002.

Municipal Election 2014

On September 9th 2014 Stockhlolm held Municipality Election

Party Votes Seats
Number % +/− Number +/−
  The Moderate Party 158 450 28,15 −8,57 28 −10
  The Social Democrats 128 086 21,96 −0,64 24 −1
  The Green Party 83 561 14,32 +0,45 16 +/−0
  The Left Party 52 146 8,94 +1,50 10 +2
  The Liberal People's Party 48 302 8,28 −1,74 9 −1
  The Sweden Democrats 30 078 5,16 +2,53 6 +6
  The Centre Party 27 369 4,69 +0,72 3 +/−0
  The Feminist Initiative 27 079 4,64 +3,48 3 +3
The Christian Democrats 19 125 3,28 −0,21 2 +1
Other parties 9 137 1,57 +1,12 0 +/−0
Total 583 333 100,00 +/−0 101 +/−0

Board of Commissioners since 2006

  • Sten Nordin (m), Commissioner of Finance (after 2008) (finansborgarråd)
  • Mikael Söderlund (m), Commissioner of Building and Traffic (byggnads- och trafikborgarråd)
  • Ulla Hamilton (m), Commissioner of Environment and Real Estate (miljö och bostadsbolagsborgarråd)
  • Lotta Edholm (fp), Commissioner of Education (skolborgarråd)
  • Madeleine Sjöstedt (fp), Commissioner of Culture and Sports (kulturborgarråd)
  • Kristina Alvendal (m), Commissioner of Housing and Integration (bostads- och integrationsborgarråd)
  • Ulf Kristersson (m), Commissioner of Social Services (socialborgarråd)
  • Ewa Samuelsson (kd), Commissioner of Senior Citizen's Service (äldrevårdsborgarråd)
  • Carin Jämtin (s), Commissioner in Opposition (oppositionsborgarråd)
  • Roger Mogert (s), Commissioner in Opposition (oppositionsborgarråd)
  • Ann-Margarethe Livh (v), Commissioner in Opposition (oppositionsborgarråd)
  • Yvonne Ruwaida (mp), Commissioner in Opposition (oppositionsborgarråd)

District Councils

Stockholm boroughs 2007
The district council areas of Stockholm

The municipality is subdivided into 14 districts. These districts are sometimes incorrectly referred to as "boroughs" in English. They are, however, no legal entities or juristic persons of their own, but committees of the municipality itself. These districts are administered by District Councils, stadsdelsnämnder, which carry responsibility for primary school, social, leisure and cultural services within their respective areas. The members of these councils are not directly elected by the inhabitants of the respective districts, but rather appointed by the kommunfullmäktige (municipal assembly).

Effective January 1, 2007 the number of district councils was reduced from 18 to 14 through a number of merges. Maria-Gamla stan and Katarina-Sofia now form Södermalm borough, Enskede-Årsta and Vantör now form Enskede-Årsta-Vantör, Hägersten and Liljeholmen now form Hägersten-Liljeholmen, and Kista and Rinkeby now form Rinkeby-Kista.

Stockholm City Centre South Stockholm West Stockholm

Twin Towns - Sister Cities

The policy of Stockholm is to have informal town twinning with all capitals of the world, its main focus being those in northern Europe. Stockholm does not sign any formal town twinning treaties, although the city claims to have established such treaties in the past which are still valid.[18]

The cities claiming to have been twinned with Stockholm are:

References

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  3. ^ Antal personer efter region, utländsk/svensk bakgrund och år (Read 4 januari 2019)
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  19. ^ Twinning Cities: International Relations. Municipality of Tirana. www.tirana.gov.al. Retrieved on 2008-01-25.
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External links

Coordinates: 59°21′N 18°04′E / 59.350°N 18.067°E

Anna König Jerlmyr

Anna Margaretha König Jerlmyr (born 9 May 1978), is a Swedish politician who has been Mayor of Stockholm since 2018. She is a member of the Moderate Party.

She was a member of the Riksdag from 2006 to 2010. Between 2010 and 2014 she was responsible for social affairs (Swedish: socialborgarråd) in Stockholm Municipality and from 2014 to 2018 as the leader of the opposition in Stockholm (Swedish: oppositionsborgarråd). She was elected Mayor of Stockholm following the 2018 election.

Anna Lilliehöök

Anna Lilliehöök (born 1947) is a Swedish politician of the Moderate Party.

Lilliehöök represented Stockholm Municipality in the Riksdag from 1998 to 2010. Lilliehöök was a member of the Riksdag's Defense Committee (1998–2002), Social Security Committee (2002–2006), and Finance Committee (2006–2010). From 1992 to 1994, Lilliehöök was a member of the Stockholm County Council. Lilliehöök is a civilekonom.

Lilliehöök belongs to the Swedish nobility through marriage.

Bromma

Bromma (Swedish pronunciation: [²brɔmːa]) is a borough (stadsdelsområde) in the western part of Stockholm, Sweden, forming part of the Stockholm Municipality. Bromma is primarily made up of the parish with the same name, and the parish of Västerled. The fourth largest airport in Sweden and the third largest of the airports close to Stockholm, the Stockholm Bromma Airport, was built in Bromma in 1936.

Högdalen metro station

Högdalen metro station is on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Högdalen, Söderort, Stockholm Municipality. The station was inaugurated on 22 November 1954. The distance to Slussen is 7,3 km. Högdalen metro station is connected to Högdalsdepån, a depot for subway trains.

Högdalsdepån (Högdalen Depot) is a depot for cars of Stockholm metro, opened in 1957 and is connected to Högdalen metro station.

IF Brommapojkarna

Idrottsföreningen Brommapojkarna, more commonly known as Brommapojkarna (meaning the Bromma boys) or simply BP, is a Swedish football club located in the borough of Bromma, in the western parts of Stockholm municipality. Brommapojkarna is the largest football club in Europe in terms of the number of active teams of all ages – in 2007 there were 247 teams and 3,000 players. The women's team plays in Division 1 Södra Svealand, the third tier. There is also a floorball department.

The club is famous for its youth academy, which has produced numerous top-quality Swedish players throughout the years. The club is affiliated to the Stockholms Fotbollförbund.

Johan Forssell (politician, born 1979)

Carl Johan Henrik Forssell (born 8 December 1979) is a Swedish Moderate Party politician who is a Member of the Swedish Parliament for Stockholm Municipality since 2010. He previously served as Chief of Staff to Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt from 2006 to 2007, and who prior to that served as chairman of the Moderate Youth League from 2004 to 2006.

List of hospitals in Sweden

Here is a list of hospitals in Sweden.

Blekinge County

Blekingesjukhuset - Karlshamn

Blekinge Hospital - Karlskrona

Dalarna County

Avesta vårdcentral Lasarettet - Avesta

Borlänge sjukhus - Borlänge

Falun lasarett - Falun

Ludvika lasarett - Ludvika

Mora lasarett - Mora

Gävleborg County

Bollnäs sjukhus - Bollnäs

Gävle Hospital - Gävle

Sjukhuset i Hudiksvall - Hudiksvall

Gotland County

Visby lasarett - Visby

Halland County

Halmstad Hospital - Halmstad

Varberg Hospital - Varberg

Jämtland County

Region Jämtland Härjedalen - Östersund

Kalmar County

Landstingsfastigheter - Kalmar

Kronoberg County

Centrallasarettet i Växjö

Lasarettet Ljungby - Ljungby

Norrbotten County

Kalix Hospital - Kalix

Sunderby Hospital - Boden and Luleå

Gällivare Hospital - Gällivare

Piteå Rivervalley Hospital - Piteå

Kiruna Hospital - Kiruna

Östergötland County

Finspångs Lasarett - Finspång

Linköping University Hospital - Linköping

Vrinnevisjukhuset - Norrköping

Skåne County

Helsingborg Hospital - Helsingborg

Ängelholm Hospital - Ängelholm

Hässleholms Sjukhus - Hässleholm

Landskrona Hospital - Landskrona

Skåne University Hospital - Malmö and Lund

Trelleborg Hospital - Trelleborg

Ystad Hospital - Ystad

Kristianstads Lasarett - Kristianstad

Södermanland County

Mälarsjukhuset Eskilstuna - Eskilstuna

Kullbergska sjukhuset - Katrineholm

Nyköpings lasarett - Nyköping

Stockholm County

Beckomberga Hospital - Bromma - psychiatric hospital (1932-1995)

Bromma sjukhus - Bromma

Dalens sjukhus - Enskededalen

Danderyds sjukhus - Danderyd

Ersta Hospital - Stockholm

Huddinge universitetssjukhus - Huddinge (now a part of Karolinska universitetssjukhuset and called Karolinska Universitetsjukhuset i Huddinge)

Jakobsbergs sjukhus - Järfälla

New Karolinska Solna University Hospital - Solna and Huddinge

Löwenströmska sjukhuset - Upplands Väsby

Norrtälje sjukhus - Norrtälje

Nynäshamns sjukhus - Nynäshamn

S:t Eriks ögonsjukhus - Stockholm Municipality

Saint Göran Hospital - Stockholm Municipality

Sabbatsbergs sjukhus - Stockholm Municipality

Sollentuna sjukhus - Sollentuna Municipality

Södersjukhuset - Stockholm Municipality

Södertälje sjukhus - Södertälje

Sophiahemmet Sjukhus - Stockholm

Stockholm Heart Center

Regionala Cancercentrum i Samverkan - Stockholm

Uppsala County

Lasarettet i Enköping - Enköping

Uppsala University Hospital (Swedish: Akademiska sjukhuset - Uppsala)

Västerbotten County

Norrland University Hospital - Umeå

Västra Götaland County

Alingsås lasarett - Alingsås

Södra Älvsborgs Sjukhus - Borås

Skaraborgs Sjukhus Falköping - Falköping

Mölndals Sjukhus - Mölndal

Norra Älvsborgs Länssjukhus - Trollhättan

Frölunda Specialist Hospital - Västra Frölunda, Gothenburg

Sahlgrenska University Hospital - Gothenburg

Sahlgrenska University Hospital East - Gothenburg

Skaraborgs Sjukhus Lidköping - Lidköping

Uddevalla Hospital

Kungälvs sjukhus - Kungälv

Jönköping County

Länssjukhuset Ryhov - Jönköping

Värnamo Sjukhus - Värnamo

Höglandssjukhuset - Eksjö

Örebro County

Karlskoga lasarett - Karlskoga

Örebro University Hospital - Örebro

Lindesbergs lasarett - Lindesberg

Västmanland County

Köping Hospital - Köping

Västerås Central Hospital - Västerås

Värmland County

Sjukhuset i Arvika - Arvika

Centralsjukhuset Karlstad - Karlstad

Torsby lasarett - Torsby

Västernorrland County

Länssjukhuset Sundsvall-Härnösand - Härnösand

List of members of the Riksdag, 2002–06

This is a list of Members of the Riksdag, the national parliament of Sweden. The Riksdag is a unicameral assembly with 349 Members of Parliament (Swedish: riksdagsledamöter), who are elected on a proportional basis to serve fixed terms of four years. In the Riksdag, Members are seated per constituency and not party. The following MPs were elected in the Swedish general election, 2002 and served until the Swedish general election, 2006. Members of the social democratic Cabinet of Göran Persson, the ruling party during this term, are marked in bold, party leaders of the seven parties represented in the Riksdag in italic.

List of members of the Riksdag, 2006–10

This is a list of Members of the Riksdag, the national parliament of Sweden. The Riksdag is a unicameral assembly with 349 Members of Parliament (Swedish: riksdagsledamöter), who are elected on a proportional basis to serve fixed terms of four years. In the Riksdag, Members are seated per constituency and not party. The following MPs were elected in the Swedish general election, 2006 and will serve until the Swedish general election, 2010. Members of the center-right Cabinet of Fredrik Reinfeldt, the ruling coalition during this term, are marked in bold, party leaders of the seven parties represented in the Riksdag in italic.

List of members of the Riksdag, 2010–14

This is a list of members of the Swedish parliament for the term 2010–2014. The MPs were elected in the general election held on 19 September 2010 and took office on 4 October 2010. The next general election, when a new parliament will be elected, is scheduled to take place in 2014.

Scanair

Scanair was a charter airline of Danish origins that operated between 1961 and 1994. Its head office was in Bromma, Stockholm Municipality, Sweden.

Sofia Arkelsten

Hanna Sofia Margareta Arkelsten (born 6 December 1976 in Stockholm) is a Swedish politician of the Moderate Party. She has been a member of the Swedish Riksdag from 2006 to 2018, representing her home constituency of Stockholm Municipality.

Arkelsten served as Secretary of the Moderate Party from 2010 to 2012 and Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs from 2012 to 2014.

Söderort

Söderort (literally "the southern place", sometimes translated to South Stockholm) is the southern suburban part of the Stockholm Municipality, Sweden. It is also part of the city of Stockholm.

Veronica Palm

Veronica Palm (born 1 February 1973) is a Swedish social democratic politician. She has been a Member of the Swedish Riksdag since 2002 and is chairman of the Stockholm Labour Commune since 2009.

She is married to Roger Mogert, the opposition leader of Stockholm Municipality, with whom she has three children. They announced their separation on 10 April 2013.

Vällingby metro station

Vällingby is a station in the Stockholm metro, located in the suburban district of Vällingby in Västerort Stockholm Municipality, Sweden. The station was opened on October 26, 1952, and is part of Line 19 of the Green Line.As part of Art in the Stockholm metro project, the station features concrete trees on the

platforms, created by Casimir Djuric in 1983.

Vårberg metro station

Vårberg is a station in the Stockholm metro in the neighbourhood Vårberg in Söderort, Stockholm Municipality. The station was opened in 1967, and is part of Line 13 of the Red Line. The distance to Slussen is 12.6 km.

As part of Art in the Stockholm metro project, the station features ceramic wall works entitled In our hands, created by Maria Ängquist Klyvare in 1996.

Älvsjö

Älvsjö (pronunciation) is a district of the city of Stockholm Municipality in Sweden, located in the borough Älvsjö in Söderort. It has the biggest rentable facility in northern Europe called Stockholm International Fairs, and also the hotel Rica Talk Hotel, which both are located east of Älvsjö commuter train station. In 2017, the total population of the district was 1,530 inhabitants.The name was written Elffuesio in 1461. The origin of the first element is unclear – it is possibly derived from an Old Swedish male name *Ælve, but that interpretation is uncertain. The last element sjö 'lake' refers to Brännkyrkasjön, a former lake east of Älvsjö.

Älvsjö AIK

Älvsjö AIK FF is a Swedish football club located in Älvsjö within Stockholm Municipality.

Country of birth[4]
31 December 2017
1  Sweden 715,058
2  EU: Other countries 35,177
3 Asia: Other countries 32,841
4 Africa: Other countries 19,438
5  Finland 16,803
6  Iraq 16,498
7 South America 15,363
8  Poland 12,084
9  Iran 12,009
10  Europe outside of the EU: other countries 9,176
11  Syria 8,094
12  Somalia 7,946
13 North America 7,943
14  Turkey 7,479
15  Eritrea 6,000
16  Germany 5,290
17  Thailand 3,958
18  Yugoslavia/ Yugoslavia
SFR Yugoslavia/ Serbia and Montenegro
3,755
19  Afghanistan 3,330
20  Bosnia and Herzegovina 3,317
21  Norway 3,023
22  Denmark 1,781
23  Soviet Union 1,461
24 Oceania 1,194
25  Iceland 593
26 Unknown country of birth 150
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