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Upp·sa·la(ŭp′sə-lə, -sä′-, o͝op′sä′lä)
A city of eastern Sweden north-northwest of Stockholm. Capital of a pre-Christian kingdom in the early Middle Ages, it became an archepiscopal see in 1164 and the coronation place of Swedish monarchs. The University of Uppsala was founded in 1477.
(Placename) a city in E central Sweden: the royal headquarters in the 13th century; Gothic cathedral (the largest in Sweden) and Sweden's oldest university (1477). Pop: 182 124 (2004 est)
or Up•sa•la(ˈʌp sɑ lə, -sə-, ˈʊp-)
a city in SE Sweden. 183,472.