Category:High Coast (Sweden)

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English: The High Coast (Swedish: Höga kusten, old name Ångermanlands brantkust) is a coastal area/landcape in Sweden and part of the Swedish/Finnish High Coast/Kvarken Archipelago World Heritage Site.
High Coast 
coastal area in Sweden
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Instance ofterritorial entity
Part ofHigh Coast/Kvarken Archipelago
Location Västernorrland County, Sweden
Heritage designation
  • part of World Heritage Site (2000, 2006, High Coast)
Significant event
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site record modification (2006)
Area
  • 142,500 ha
63° 00′ 00″ N, 18° 25′ 00.01″ E
Authority control
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Höga Kusten (es); Höga kusten (eu); Высокий берег (ru); Höga Kusten (de); Высокі бераг (be); 高海岸 (zh); Höga kusten (da); High Sahili (tr); ヘーガ・クステンとクヴァルケン群島 (ja); Höga kusten (sv); החוף הגבוה (he); उच्च तट (hi); Höga kusten (fi); Höga kusten (cs); Höga kusten (it); Haute Côte (fr); Visoka obala (hr); Bờ Biển Cao (vi); Aukštasis krantas (lt); Високий берег (uk); Höga kusten (sk); Visoka obala (sh); Höga kusten (nn); Höga kusten (nb); Hoge Kust (nl); द हाई कोस्ट (mai); Costa Alta (pt); Höga Kusten (ca); द हाई कोस्ट (ne); High Coast (en); მაღალი ნაპირი (ka); ഹൈ കോസ്റ്റ് (ml); Höga Kusten (pl) स्वीडेनको विश्व सम्पदा क्षेत्र (ne); Küstengebiet in Schweden (de); Merenkurkun Ruotsin puoleinen osa (fi); kustområde i Ångermanland (sv); coastal area in Sweden (en) Hoga Kusten (es); クヴァルケン群島とヘーガ・クフテン, ヘーガクフテン, クヴァルケン群島, ハイ・コースト (ja); Höga kusten, Haute Cote, La Haute côte (fr); Höga Kusten (hr); Høge kysten, Høye kysten (nb); Höga Kusten, Hoga Kusten (nl); हेगा कुस्तेन (hi); Hohe Küste (de); Korkea rannikko, Korkearannikko (fi); Höga kusten, Hoga kusten (en)

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