|13, 47.9334, 157.6732|
|Østermarker (91%), Other (9%)|
|Nationalities||Østermark (91%), Litvania (5%) Orinoco (1%), Nucia (1%), Other (2%)|
|Demonym||Gråklostersbo (Ing: Graklosterite)|
|• Borgmæstare||Owe Laxe|
|• Total||TBD km2|
|• Urban||TBD km2|
|• Rural||TBD km2|
|• Estimate (2015)||371 271|
|• Census (2010)||340 988|
Gråklosters, formally Gråklostersstad, is the second largest city in Østermark with a population of 371,271.
The city grew up around the Greyfriars Monastery - Gråkloster - founded in 1299, which gave its name to the city.
Located on southeastern end of the north shore of Långsunden (the Long Strait), Gråklosters is moderately hilly, with the highest point at Smulstrabacken.
As much of the rest of the southwestern coast of Østermark, summers are cool and winters are mild to severe, although currents tend to moderate the weather.
As with all of Østermark, there is little diversity in terms of ethnicities outside of Østermarkers. However, the university has a miniscule international student group and international faculty.
While the university dominates the city's economy as the biggest employer, Gråklosters is also home to industry in both the Jærnudden and Østrahamn areas on the outskirts of the city.
The Litvanian government has a large harbor concession to the southeast of the city, east of Østrahamn, under a 99-year lease with the Østermark government.
Gråklosters is home to Østermark's premier university, Nyrike University.
Much of the city's culture centers around the university.
Gråklosters' most popular tourist spots are the Klostret neighborhood, surrounding the cathedral, Domkyrkan with its adjacent monastery, and the university. The bulk of tourism is domestic.
Centralstation services trains to and from Mynninghamn, Ørnvik and Aneborn, as well as points north and east from Centralstation and Østrastation in Mynninghamn.
Tram and buses
Gråklosters is served by a single tramline, which runs from the strand in Væstan, past Centralstation and the university, and terminating at Kvarnkyrkogården. Local buses serve both the city as well as the near suburbs.
The N1 highway connects Gråklosters with Mynninghamn and Aneborn.