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Beryozovye Islands print that page


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 | 2010/9/25 1:38:50

Björkö, Ekerö print that page


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

County of Gothenburg and Bohus print that page

Established 1680  - Disestablished December 31 1998 The County of Gothenburg and Bohus , or Göteborgs och Bohus län , was a county of Sweden until December 31, 1998 when it was merged with the counties of Skaraborg and Älvsborg to form the county of Västra Götaland | 2011/4/5 5:06:46

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 | 2011/2/3 0:54:45

Bohuš Keler print that page . Retrieved 2008-12-11 .   [ dead link ] ^ Bohuš Keler opustil Čeladnou (Czech) " . . 2011-01-18 . bohus -keler-opustil-celadnou20110118.html . Retrieved 2011-06-16 .   Persondata Name | 2011/10/3 2:22:23

Beáta Bohus print that page

reactivated her in 2009, and close to fourty she is still playing there. [ edit ] International Bohus made her international debut on 30 October 1992 against France [ 2 ] , but surprisingly she was not selected for any major tournament until 2003. That year she participated on the World | 2011/3/4 20:03:58

Bohus Line print that page

The Bohus Line ( Swedish : Bohusbanan ) is a 180-kilometer (110 mi) long railway line from Gothenburg via Uddevalla and Munkedal to Strömstad . The line is single track and electrified at 15 kV 16⅔ Hz AC . [ 1 ] [ edit ] References ^ a b "Bohusbanan" (in Swedish). Nationalencyklopedin | 2011/5/11 13:19:21

Gothenburg print that page


The City of Gothenburg was founded in 1621 by King Gustavus Adolphus . It lies by the sea at the mouth of Göta Älv —the river running through the city—and is the largest seaport in the Nordic countries . [ 4 ] Gothenburg is home to many students, as the city includes both the University

History of Denmark print that page


The area today known as Denmark has been inhabited by humans since the end of the last ice age , about 12,000 years ago. The Danes were first documented in written sources around 500 AD, including in the writings of Jordanes and Procopius . With the Christianization of the Danes c. 960