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Nordens Ark print that page


charitable foundation. The foundation is the owner of Åby säteri. The foundation Stiftelsen Bohus Avelscentrum was founded on 8 March 1988 and Nordens Ark was inaugurated by Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden on 14 June 1989. Åby säteri was sold to the foundation in 1996 by Hushållningssällskape

Holmöarna print that page


The islands are situated in the Norra Kvarken narrows between the Bothnian Sea to the south and the Bothnian Bay to the north. Holmöarna's nature is quite diverse with areas covered in forest, bogs and lakes , and the islands have a rich birdlife. The islands' natural life is so special

Dag Wirén print that page

and then echoed in the last three movements. [ 3 ] From 1948, he spent summers on the island of Björkö , in Stockholm's archipelago. He served as a member of the board of directors of the Royal Swedish Opera from 1962 to 1971. His TV ballet Den elaka drottningen (The Evil Queen) won the | 2011/4/12 12:48:13

Ludwig Greiner print that page


Greiner was born to the family of the Lutheran pastor Karl Greiner in the small village of Lichtentanne in Saxony in 1796. His baptismal name is still spelled Ludwig in German, Polish , and some Slovak [ 1 ] sources, which was also the name he used in his publications. Most Slovak sources

Viipuri Province print that page


Coat of arms Capital Viipuri ¹ President  - 1918-1920 Antti Verner Hackzell  - 1925-1944 Arvo Manner History  -  Established December 6 1743  -  Moscow Peace Treaty March 21, 1940  -  Moscow Armistice September 19, 1944  -  Paris Peace Treaty

Vladimir Lamsdorf print that page


to learn, upon their return to St. Petersburg, that the Tsar had secretly signed the Treaty of Björkö with Imperial Germany . It was owing to their efforts that the projected Russian-German alliance against Britain never came into effect. This earned Lamsdorf the enmity of both German government

Denmark–Norway print that page


The term Kingdom of Denmark is sometimes used to include both countries in the period 1536–1814, since the political and economic power emanated from Copenhagen , Denmark. The term covers the "royal part" of the Oldenburgs as it was in 1460, excluding the "ducal part" of Schleswig and

Arad, Romania print that page


An important industrial center and transportation hub, Arad is also the seat of a Romanian Orthodox archbishop and features two universities, a Romanian Orthodox theological seminary, a training school for teachers and a music conservatory. The city has a population of approximately 172,000

Haakon V of Norway print that page


Haakon is also associated with the construction of the Akershus Fortress ( Akershus Festning ) and Bohus Fortress ( Båhus festning ). During his reign he revived his brother's war policy against Denmark , but in 1309 he finally concluded a peace that in general was the end of a period of

Köpingsvik print that page


area of approximately 25 hectars, almost 4 times larger than the similar site on the island of Björkö near Stockholm . Köping was in operation from the 7th to the 13th century. It was also an important center of early Christianity in Sweden. Remains of an unfinished, massive 12th century