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Bohuslän is named after the Norwegian Medieval fortress Bohus fästning . Bohuslän was part of Norway from c. 1050 until the Treaty of Roskilde in 1658, which also saw Skåneland (Blekinge, Halland and Scania) transfered from Denmark to Sweden. Contents 1 Administration 2 Heraldry

Bohus-Björkö print that page

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The following sports clubs are located in Björkö : IFK Björkö [ edit ] References ^ a b c "Tätorternas landareal, folkmängd och invånare per km 2 2000 och 2005" (in Swedish) (xls). Statistics Sweden . http://www.scb.se/statistik/MI/MI0810/2005A01B/T%c3%a4torternami0810tab1

Björkö, Öckerö print that page

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The following sports clubs are located in Björkö : IFK Björkö [ edit ] References ^ a b c "Tätorternas landareal, folkmängd och invånare per km 2 2000 och 2005" (in Swedish) (xls). Statistics Sweden . http://www.scb.se/statistik/MI/MI0810/2005A01B/T%c3%a4torternami0810tab1

IFK Björkö print that page

IFK Björkö currently plays in Division 4 Göteborg B which is the sixth tier of Swedish football . [ 2 ] They play their home matches at Björkövallen in Bohus Björkö . [ 3 ] The club is affiliated to Göteborgs Fotbollförbund . [ 4 ] [ edit ] Footnotes ^ "IFK Björkö

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Björkö (Korsholm) print that page

post transport base in the archipelago on the Finnish side. Mail was ferried by the inhabitants of Björkö to the islands of Holmöarna , Sweden. They got reductions in taxes and exemption from military service for this (strategic) service. Ferry services to the regional capital Vaasa began

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Birka print that page

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During the Viking Age , Birka listen ( help · info ) ( Birca in medieval sources), on the island of Björkö (literally: "Birch Island") in Sweden , was an important trading center which handled goods from Scandinavia as well as Central and Eastern Europe and the Orient. Björkö

Beryozovye Islands print that page

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the World Wars , the islands belonged to Finland , to a commune then called Koivisto (Swedish: Björkö ). The main settlement on the islands was then called Saarenpää (Krasnoostrovskiy). The islands gave name to the Treaty of Björkö (1905). [ edit ] See also Björkö (disambiguation

Björkö print that page

Björkö From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Björkö ( Swedish for " Birch Island") can signify: In Sweden : Björkö , a Lake Mälaren island in Ekerö Municipality , Stockholm County , the location for the excavation and World Heritage

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Björkö, Ekerö print that page

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with less than a century. It is possible the burial ground belonged to the village on the island, Björkö by , together with two other burial grounds: Grindbacken , north of the village with 25 graves, and Kärrbacka , south of the village with 45 graves. The latter of these sites contains

Treaty of Björkö print that page

The Treaty of Björkö , known as the Treaty of Koivisto in modern Finland , was a secret mutual defense accord signed on July 24, 1905 between Wilhelm II of the German Empire and Tsar Nicholas II of Russia . Contents 1 Secret meeting 2 Treaty 3 Reaction 4 References 5

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