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Diocese of Strängnäs print that page(0 KM)

The diocese was first a suffragan of the Diocese of Lund , which in 1104 was elevated to an archdiocese and became the metropolitan of all of Scandinavia. From 1164 on Strängnäs was suffragan to the archbishop of Uppsala . It was established during the 12th century by the English missionary

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Strängnäs Cathedral print that page(0 KM)

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It is built mainly of bricks in the characteristic Scandinavian Brick Gothic style. The original church was built of wood, probably during the first decades of the 12th century, on a spot where pagan rituals used to take place and where the missionary Saint Eskil was killed during the

Strängnäs Municipality print that page(0 KM)

The present municipality was created in 1971, when the City of Strängnäs was amalgamated with the City of Mariefred and a number of rural municipalities. Originally there were 15 local government entities in the area. Contents 1 Localities 2 History 3 Industry 4 External

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Strängnäs print that page(0 KM)

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The name Strängnäs is first encountered in 1120, as the name of the Diocese. It leads back to the fact that the city is placed by a strait and on several hills, especially on two major ones, the "Mill Hill" and the "Cathedral Hill". The name "Strängnäs" is derived from Old Norse strengr

Abborrberget print that page(1 KM)

Abborrberget From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Abborrberget Abborrberget Coordinates: 59°23′N 17°03′E / 59.383°N 17.05°E / 59.383; 17.05 Coordinates : 59°23′N 17°03′E / 59.383°N 17.05°E

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Södermanland Runic Inscription 328 print that page(2 KM)

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This runic inscription consists of runic text in the younger futhark that is carved on a serpent that circles the face of the granite stone, which is 1.7 meters in height. The tail and head of the serpent are bound as if restrained to the surface of the stone. The stone was discovered in 1913

Tynnelsö Castle print that page(8 KM)

Tynnelsö Castle From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Tynnelsö Castle Strängnäs Municipality , Sweden Type Castle Coordinates 59°24′44″N 17°06′01″E / 59.41222°N 17.10028°E / 59.41222; 17.10028 Coordinates :

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Vårfruberga Abbey print that page(12 KM)

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In the 12th century a house of Benedictine nuns was established here, but its exact location is obscure. Excavations in 1991–92 revealed that a medieval fortification had been built on an elevation near the water, and it is possible that the nuns were displaced from their original place

Stallarholmen print that page(18 KM)

Stallarholmen, located on Lake Mälaren is situated partly on the mainland and partly on the island of Selaön , Swedens largest freshwater island. The island and the mainland are connected via a bridge built in the mid 1900s. The etymology of the name Stallarholmen may be related to stables

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Selaön print that page(18 KM)

In the Heimskringla , Granmar , the king of Södermanland , was murdered on this island by Ingjald Illruler. Coordinates : 59°24′N 17°12′E / 59.4°N 17.2°E / 59.4; 17.2 This article about a location in Södermanland County , Sweden is a stub . You can help Wikipedia

wikipedia.org | 2010/9/26 22:56:04