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Borlänge Hockeyförening or Borlänge HF is a Swedish ice hockey club located in Borlänge. The club has origins in IF Tunabro, founded in 1961, which played three seasons in Sweden's top hockey league (then called Division I) from 1971 but in 1974 was demoted to the second tier (then called Division 1) and in 1977 was further demoted to the third tier (then Division 2).
Peace & Love City is a bandy club in Borlänge in Sweden. It was founded as Borlänge-Stora Tuna BK in 1981, when two clubs combined.
Borlänge HK is a handball club in Borlänge in Sweden, established in 1947. The club won the Swedish women's national championship in 1970, 1973 and 1978.
Forshaga Idrottsförening is a Swedish sports club, founded in 1907, and based in Forshaga, Värmland. The club plays both ice hockey and association football.
Borlänge Municipality is a municipality in Dalarna County in central Sweden, with an area of 586.4 km². The municipality has a population of 47,640 (2007).
Several notable persons share the very typical French/Francophone surname Boulanger which is the equivalent of the English surname Baker, of the Italian surname Panettiere, etc.:
Borlänge [ˈbôːˌɭɛŋːɛ] is a locality in Dalarna County, Sweden with 43,423 inhabitants as of 2019. It is the seat of the Borlänge Municipality with a total population of 51,604 inhabitants as of 2017.
Borlänge Tidning is a daily newspaper based in Dalarna, Sweden.
Dala Airport or Borlänge Airport is situated southeast of Borlänge, a city in the Dalarna province of Sweden. It is also 20 minutes from the city of Falun.
Boulange is a commune in the Moselle department in Grand Est in northeastern France.
Borlang is a village development committee in northern-central Nepal. As of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 4,737 and had 837 houses.
Forshaga is a locality and the seat of Forshaga Municipality, Värmland County, Sweden, with 6,229 inhabitants in 2010.
Forshaga Municipality is a municipality in Värmland County in west central Sweden. Its seat is located in the town of Forshaga.