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Västergötland was divided into Skaraborg County , Älvsborg County and a minor part of Gothenburg and Bohus County . From 1999 nearly all of the province is in the newly created Västra Götaland County , with the exception of Habo Municipality and Mullsjö Municipality , which were transferred

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that the counties are administered both by appointees of the national government and to a lesser extent by their own elected bodies. The county numbers are from the official numbering system ISO 3166-2:NO , which follows the coastline from the Swedish border in the southeast to the Russian | 2011/4/18 14:11:38

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Edwin Pears both describes the atrocities in gruesome detail and reveals British surprise at their extent . The collective initially disbanded in 1875 over territorial disputes in the Balkans as Austria-Hungary feared that Russian support for Serbia might ultimately ignite irredentist passions | 2011/5/11 18:30:02

Dual Alliance, 1879 print that page

  · Treaty of Paris   · Anglo-Japanese Alliance   · Entente cordiale   · Treaty of Björkö   · Taft–Katsura Agreement   · Japan–Korea Treaty of 1905   · Anglo-Russian Entente   · Triple Entente   · | 2011/4/14 4:34:34

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Hovgården is located on the flat country north-west of the Romanesque Adelsö Church , characterised by a narrow rift valley stretching north to forest-laden moraines . These historical meadows lands were cultivated in the 19th century and have hardly been altered since, as several well

Jan Škrdlík print that page

at the Ostrava Conservatory) and Miroslav Doležil (a primary school teacher) had studied under Bohuš Heran, a private pupil of Hanuš Wihan, founder of the Czech Quartet . The young violoncellist was thus influenced by one of the leading lights of Czech music in modern times. [ 3 ] In 1987 | 2011/5/10 19:24:55

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In Norse mythology , a valkyrie (from Old Norse valkyrja "chooser of the slain") is one of a host of female figures who decide who will die in battle. Selecting among half of those who die in battle (the other half go to the goddess Freyja 's afterlife field Fólkvangr ), the valkyries bring

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Fredriksten fortress. The fortress had been erected in the 17th century as a replacement for the Bohus Fortress lost at the Treaty of Roskilde in 1658 when Bohuslän was ceded to Sweden. Never captured by force by any invading army (although occupied by Nazi forces in WWII), the Swedes

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This Fortresses was constructed ny Denmark-Norway in the 17th century as a replacement for the border fortress at Bohus , which had been lost when the province of Bohuslän was ceded to Sweden by the terms of the Treaty of Roskilde in 1658. The fortress was named after King Fredrik III

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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