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, and Kalmar cross the bridge, stopping at Copenhagen Airport. In March 2005, digging began on a new railway connection called the City Tunnel (City Tunnel (Malmö)), which opened for traffic on December 4 2010. The tunnel runs from under Malmö Central Station to Triangeln continuing to Hyllievång (Hyllie railway station) (Hyllie Meadow), where it emerges to connect with the Øresund Bridge, effectively changing Malmö Central from being a terminus (Terminal station) to being a transit
Municipality Halifax , Canada (VHA (Volvo Halifax Assembly)) Turin, Italy (262C) Shah Alam, Malaysia (SMA (Swedish Motor Assemblies)) layout FR layout History The ''Kalmar Nyckel'' was constructed in about 1625 and was of a design called a pinnace (Full rigged pinnace). The ship was named after the city of Kalmar, which purchased the ship in 1628 as its contribution to the Royal Swedish Navy. When Sweden decided to establish a trading
homes. Bicycle lanes (Segregated cycle facilities) are common,for example the Kalmarsundsleden. and cars line up at Kalmar city's public biogas pump. Building codes now require thermal insulation and efficient windows for new construction or retrofits. Street lights use low-energy sodium bulbs, and car dealers promote
in 1989 and won his place on the Tour at that year's qualifying school. He has won three events on the European Tour, and several other professional events. His best seasons were 1993, 1997 and 2004, in each of which he made the top twenty on the Order of Merit. Advancement Through inheritance and unprejudiced methods, Jonsson came to control the largest private non-royal wealth Sweden has ever seen. The lord usurped 1,500 farms in 350 parishes throughout Sweden, from Kalmar to Falun
was a bishop appointed, and Kalmar cathedral became an episcopal see in the term proper. Till this day, the cathedral of Kalmar (Kalmar Cathedral) retain its rank despite no longer being the seat of a bishopric. thumb 140px left Norra Kvill national park is number 22 on the map (Image:National parks of Sweden numbers.png) '''Norra Kvill''' is a small national park (established in 1927) near Vimmerby in Kalmar county, Småland, southeastern Sweden. A few kilometers
of Skara Skara . - Kalmar FF Kalmar Guldfågeln Arena align "center" 14,000 - alias origin Kalmar, Sweden genre Technical death metal, death metal '''Spawn of Possession''' is a technical death metal band from Kalmar, Sweden, founded in 1997. Lutheran diocese Diocese of Växjö is situated in southern Sweden and includes most of the county of Jönköping at its north end
. The king initiated a building program of grand mansions and fortresses, both for defense and to represent the new monarchy; much of this was continued by his sons in the latter half of the century. The more imposing ones include the castles of Kalmar, Gripsholm (Gripsholm Castle) and Vadstena. ** There are now images of :image:Malmö stadion.jpg, and on Olympia, Helsingborg. *There are no modern-day city photographs in the articles about Luleå, Karlstad, Kalmar, Växjö
father was a vicar on Öland, later on biskop in Kalmar on the nearby main land, which likely influenced Stagnelius spiritual thinking. He came from a large family. Stagnelius showed a natural gift for poetic writing from an early childhood. He took his Bachelor's Degree from Uppsala University in 1814 and got an employment as a clerk in Stockholm. As a person he was said to have been unattractive and unkempt. A woman who knew him, said of his appearance "where
the Minister of Justice in the thriller The Man from Majorca. His voice has almost become a concept of its own, intimately associated with serious educational programming and spawning many parodies (e.g., in TV-commercials) and imitations among comedians. '''Alice Babs''' (born '''Hildur Alice Nilsson''' on January 26, 1924) is a singer and actor from Kalmar in Sweden. While she has worked in a wide number of genres - e.g. Swedish folklore, Elizabethan songs and opera - she
'''Kalmar''' is a city (cities of Sweden) in Småland in the south-east of Sweden, situated by the Baltic Sea. It had 36,392 inhabitants in 2010 and is the seat of Kalmar Municipality. It is also the capital of Kalmar County, which comprises 12 municipalities with a total of 233,090 inhabitants (2011).
From the thirteenth to the seventeenth centuries, Kalmar was one of Sweden's most important cities. Between 1602 and 1913 it was the episcopal see of Kalmar Diocese, with a bishop, and the Kalmar Cathedral from 1702 is still a fine example of classicistic (Classicism) architecture. It became a fortified city (Defensive wall), with the Kalmar Castle as the center. After the Treaty of Roskilde in 1658, Kalmar's importance diminished, until the industry sector was initiated in the 19th century. The city is home to parts of Linnaeus University.
Kalmar is adjacent to the main route to the island of Öland over the Öland Bridge.