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Boras - Lilla Brogatan
Sweden

Borås is a city in the traditional province of Västergötland in western Sweden and the seat of Borås Municipality, Västra Götaland County. It has a population of 63,500 out of a municipal total of 100,985.

Borås is located at the point of two crossing railways, among them the railway between Gothenburg and Kalmar, and is often considered the Swedish city gaining the most from the nationwide railway system laid between 1870-1910.

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