the Liljeholmen is one of the central Stockholm urban districts with something over 30.000 inhabitants.
Liljeholmen, in 19. Century still at the outskirts of a town lay, became early an industrial area. With the building of the railway by the area the settlement of workshops and industrial companies begins along the railway, and. A. the workshops of the Swedish railways (SJ) and Alfred Nobels explosive factory. For the workers in the factories workers' housing estates in the proximity developed, and Årstadal became end 19. Century to one of the first suburbs of Stockholm.
1913 became Liljeholmen in in common December, and with the building of the Årstabrücke and the rating of the clearing race the SJ-workshops at meaning lost. In place of its wholesale centers developed. In the 1960er and 1970er years replaced modern industrie and administrative complexes the old mixture of factories and populated areas in the southeast of the district. At the same time a modern residential area on the Nybohovsberg developed. Into the 1990er years a further residential area on the Nybodaberg was built.
In Liljeholmen is also the lake Trekanten.
coordinates: 59° 18 ' 35 " N, 18° 1 ' 25 " O