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Götaland theory print that page

The Götaland theory (or "Westrogothian School", Swedish Västgötaskolan ) is a local patriotic view which challenges established history and archaeology, and which claims that the foundation of Sweden occurred not (as traditionally assumed) in Eastern Sweden, but in the province of Westrogothia

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Baltic Shield print that page

The Baltic Shield (sometimes referred to as the Fennoscandian Shield ) is located in Fennoscandia ( Norway , Sweden and Finland ), northwest Russia and under the Baltic Sea . The Baltic Shield is defined as the exposed Precambrian northwest segment of the East European Craton . It is composed

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Kumlinge print that page

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Demographics Island Population Kumlinge 238 Enklinge 87 Seglinge 51 Björkö 20 Other (e.g. in hospitals) 3 Panorama [ edit ] References ^ a b "Area by municipality as of 1 January 2010" (in Finnish and Swedish) (PDF). Land

Diocese of Strängnäs print that page

links [ edit ] Missionary period In 829 Ansgar and his companion, Witmar, having reached Björkö (Birka), an island in Lake Mälaren and a great centre of trade, were well received and made many converts. Returning to Germany in 831, Ansgar was made first Archbishop of Hamburg

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Gothenburg Cathedral print that page

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The Gothenburg Cathedral ( Swedish : Gustavi domkyrka / Göteborgs domkyrka ) [ 1 ] [ 2 ] is a cathedral in Gothenburg , Sweden . The cathedral is the seat of the bishop in the Church of Sweden diocese of Gothenburg . Contents 1 The original church 2 The first cathedral 2.1

Pre-history and origin of Stockholm print that page

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The pre-history of Stockholm is the continuous development and series of events that made the mouth of Lake Mälaren strategically important; a location which by the mid 13th century had become the centre of the newly consolidated Swedish kingdom. The origin of Stockholm pre-dates its written

Konghelle Friary print that page

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1532 when the buildings were burnt down. The ruins were later used as a quarry for stone for the Bohus Fortress . Ruins of the church were discovered in 1862 but not archaeologically excavated until 1953 and 1954. The rest of the site remains obscure. [ edit ] Sources Norges kloster i

Kungälv print that page

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sources the city was founded in 1612, when the former settlement at Kungahälla was moved to the Bohus Fortress . However, this is disputed due to the fact that other sources indicate that it was the capital of Norway at one point under Sigurd I Magnusson. Sigurd I Magnusson (Sigurd Jorsalfare

Vítězslav Nezval print that page

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images of the moves which are now printed in many editions of the book. [ edit ] References Bohuš Balajka: Přehledné dějiny literatury II . Prague: Fortuna, 2005. ISBN 80-7168-781-2 Reference – short biography [ dead link ] Taylor, John: "Prague as a Poem: Vitezslav Nezval and

History of rail transport in Sweden print that page

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bought all railways on the west coast and began constructing Bohusbanan (the Bohuslän railway, Bohus Line ) between Gothenburg and Strömstad . It was intended to continue to Oslo but the dissolution of the Swedish-Norwegian Union stopped the construction of the line and Strömstad became