Västerås

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Väs·ter·ås

 (vĕs′tə-rōs′)
A city of eastern Sweden west-northwest of Stockholm. Founded before 1000, it was an important medieval city and a center of the Swedish Reformation.
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Västerås

(Swedish vɛstərˈoːs)
n
(Placename) a city in central Sweden, on Lake Mälaren: Sweden's largest inland port; site of several national parliaments in the 16th century. Pop: 130 960 (2004 est)
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Väs•ter•ås

(ˌvɛs təˈrɔs)

n.
a city in central Sweden. 123,728.
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