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Vladimir Lamsdorf print that page


to learn, upon their return to St. Petersburg, that the Tsar had secretly signed the Treaty of Björkö with Imperial Germany . It was owing to their efforts that the projected Russian-German alliance against Britain never came into effect. This earned Lamsdorf the enmity of both German government

Viipuri Province print that page


Coat of arms Capital Viipuri ¹ President  - 1918-1920 Antti Verner Hackzell  - 1925-1944 Arvo Manner History  -  Established December 6 1743  -  Moscow Peace Treaty March 21, 1940  -  Moscow Armistice September 19, 1944  -  Paris Peace Treaty

Ludwig Greiner print that page


Greiner was born to the family of the Lutheran pastor Karl Greiner in the small village of Lichtentanne in Saxony in 1796. His baptismal name is still spelled Ludwig in German, Polish , and some Slovak [ 1 ] sources, which was also the name he used in his publications. Most Slovak sources

Dag Wirén print that page

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

Holmöarna print that page


The islands are situated in the Norra Kvarken narrows between the Bothnian Sea to the south and the Bothnian Bay to the north. Holmöarna's nature is quite diverse with areas covered in forest, bogs and lakes , and the islands have a rich birdlife. The islands' natural life is so special

Nordens Ark print that page


charitable foundation. The foundation is the owner of Åby säteri. The foundation Stiftelsen Bohus Avelscentrum was founded on 8 March 1988 and Nordens Ark was inaugurated by Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden on 14 June 1989. Åby säteri was sold to the foundation in 1996 by Hushållningssällskape

Prehistory and origin of Stockholm print that page


The prehistory 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

Mälaren print that page


The Viking age settlements Birka on the island of Björkö and Hovgården on the neighbouring island Adelsö have been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1993, as has Drottningholm Palace on the island of Lovön . Contents 1 Etymology 2 Geology 3 Mythology 4 Geography

Carl Bildt print that page


Bildt was born in Halmstad , Halland , and belongs to an old Norwegian - Danish -Swedish noble family traditionally domiciled in Bohus county . Bildt attended Stockholm University but never graduated. His great-great-grandfather, Baron Gillis Bildt , served as Prime Minister a century

Kungälv Municipality print that page

marking the border to Gothenburg, flows the river Nordre älv . On an island in the river, the Bohus Fortress (one of Sweden's finest fortresses) faces the city of Kungälv. [ edit ] Localities Diseröd Kareby Kode Kungälv Kärna Marstrand [ edit ] External links Kungälv Municipality | 2010/9/26 11:36:36