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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

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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

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

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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 Gothenburg print that page


the west in the Middle Ages . However, Lödöse had problems further down the river – at the Bohus Fortress (present day Kungälv ) the Norwegians and the Danes could control the ships to and fro Lödöse and in 1473 the town was moved into a new location called Nya Lödöse (New Lödse