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Årjäng is a town in western Värmland in Sweden, near the border with Norway.


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  • The old courthouse in Långelanda north of Årjäng. The priest and serial killer Anders Lindbäck, among others, was investigated and convicted here.
Silbodal Church
  • Silbodal Church. The old name of Årjäng was Silbodal and the name has been kept for the church.
  • The Nordic Trotting Museum is the place for those who are interested in trotting but who may not want to play. The museum is run by a non-profit association and is open Monday-Friday 11:00-16:00, Saturday 13:00-16:00 and all trotting days at Årjängstravet. Marknadsvägen 24, tel: +46 573-71 18 00. E-mail:


  • Dal-Västra Värmlands Järnväg (DVVJ), also called the Beautiful Views Railway, is a tourist railway that runs from Mellerud to Årjäng. The hub is Bengtsfors and from here you run rail bus traffic to Mellerud. North of Bengtsfors to Årjäng, anyone who so wishes can cycle the dressage. The traffic runs between June and August. Telephone to the station in Bengtsfors: +46 531-52 68 01. E-mail:
  • Årjängstravet calls itself Sweden's most beautiful course. The trotting track is open all year round and is located by the E18 just east of the city. The secretariat can be reached on tel. +46 573-71 15 45, the restaurant on tel. 0573-100 33.






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