Nyköping

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speed metal

;Speed metal '''Sophie of Mecklenburg-Güstrow''' (4 September 1557, Wismar – 14 October 1631, Nyköping) was a German noble and Queen of Denmark and Norway. She was the mother of King Christian IV of Denmark. She was Regent of Schleswig-Holstein 1590–94. She became Queen Dowager of Sweden in 1611 upon the death of her husband and served as Regent of Sweden for her two sons until her eldest son was recognized as king and a guardian council was established. As a widow, she served as regent for her younger son, Charles Philip, Duke of Södermanland, in the Duchy of Södermanland from 1611 to 1622. She also managed the iron mine (Mining)s of her spouse and took an active interest in business. During her son's first years as king in the 1610s, she was considered by some the real, or one of the real, rulers behind the throne during his minority, even though she was not formally regent. She certainly acted as advisor for her son: for example, he asked for her advice regarding the marriage of her daughter, which proved to cause a conflict with the Lutheran church. In 1622, she retired to Nyköping Castle. In 1622 her youngest son Charles Philip died: after his death, his secret marriage was discovered, and she became the guardian of his daughter by Elisabet Ribbing, Elisabet Carlsdotter Gyllenhielm (1622–1682). Wikipedia:Nyköping Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Södermanland_County Localities Nyköping commons:Nyköping


active interest

served as regent for her younger son, Charles Philip, Duke of Södermanland, in the Duchy of Södermanland from 1611 to 1622. She also managed the iron mine (Mining)s of her spouse and took an active interest in business. During her son's first years as king in the 1610s, she was considered by some the real, or one of the real, rulers behind the throne during his minority, even though she was not formally regent. She certainly acted as advisor for her son: for example, he asked for her


hot dance

Hansson . Later editions of ''Casino (Casino (Alcazar album))'' contained a cover (cover version) of The Human League's hit (chart-topper) "Don't You Want Me (Don't You Want Me#Alcazar version)" which also served as the third single off the album. In the United States, Alcazar gained moderate success. "Crying at the Discoteque" peaked at #44 and "Don't You Want Me" peaked at #30 on the Hot Dance Music Club Play. Image:COA family sv Tyrgils


power music

as White Power (White nationalism#White power) music . She was born in Nyköping. In the 1970s, she was a member of the leftist theater and music group Nationalteatern. After being active in several other Swedish theatres, she heads the Västerbotten theatre since 2005. Westerberg was born in Nyköping and graduated from Stockholm School of Economics in 1974. His family has been running a family business for generations and he is now


business created

had its furniture factory. The business created a spin-off named ANA (AB Nyköpings Automobilfabrik), which licence-built American and English cars. The company was later purchased by Saab Automobile and led to SAAB becoming the largest employer in the town during the 1980s, as well as the relocation of the headquarters to Spelhagen. But when GM (General Motors) bought SAAB from Investor AB, the headquarters was moved back to Trollhättan and about two thousand lost their jobs.<


competing

wanted something to match Ehrenstrahl's (David Klöcker Ehrenstrahl) picture, at Drottningholm, of Charles XI's coronation, and he wanted Pilo to do it. '''Gert Fridolf Fredriksson''' (November 21, 1919, in Nyköping, Södermanland, &ndash; July 5, 2006) was a Swedish (Sweden) sprint canoer (Canoe racing) who competed from 1942 to 1964. Competing in four Summer Olympics, he won eight medals including six golds (1948 (1948 Summer Olympics): K-1 1000 m, K

canoer who competed from the mid 1990s to 2004. Competing in three Summer Olympics, he won two medals in the K-2 1000 m event with a gold in 2004 (2004 Summer Olympics) and a silver in 2000 (2000 Summer Olympics). '''Nyköping''' is the county seat in Södermanland County, on the coast of the '''Baltic Sea''' 100 kilometres south-west of Stockholm. Understand There are roughly 35,000 people living


album debut

), and Annika Kjærgaard (born 18 May 1971, Bjarnum, Sweden). Their first single, "Shine On", was a hit in Sweden, but it was with their second release, "Crying at the Discoteque" (which heavily sampled Sheila and B. Devotion (Sheila (and) B. Devotion) 1979 hit "Spacer") they achieved success across Europe. Both singles appeared on their debut album (album), ''Casino'', written and produced by Swedish record producers Alexander Bard and Anders


Stockholm

;ref http: www.sn.se polopoly_fs 1.561819.1259760309! sn-saab-20090131.pdf Military history Nyköping has been a stronghold for the reconnaissance squadrons of the Swedish Air Force. Between 1941 and 1980, the nearby Stockholm Skavsta Airport was hosting the F11 wing (F 11 Nyköping) which had three squadrons with reconnaissance aircraft. It was the only dedicated reconnaissance wing in the Swedish Air Force. The city has also hosted the flying school

of regional transportation, showing (1)&nbsp;Nyköping, (2)&nbsp;Oxelösund, (3)&nbsp;motorway E4 (European route E4) and railroad towards the airport (Stockholm-Skavsta Airport), Norrköping and Malmö, (4)&nbsp;road 52 (Swedish national road 52) and railroad towards Katrineholm and Kumla, (5)&nbsp;road 53 (Swedish national road 53) towards Malmköping and Eskilstuna, (6)&nbsp;motorway E4 (European route E4) and railroad towards

Södertälje and Stockholm. Buses Nyköping's intercity and city bus-links are operated by Nobina Sverige. The city bus network consists of five lines: class "wikitable" - ! Number !! Origin !! Final destination !! Frequency


800

to as a part of the city proper. History The area bears traces of settlers since around 2000 BC. In the early medieval age, around 1000 AD (History of Sweden (800–1521)), Nyköping was a capital of one the many Swedish petty kingdoms. In the 13th century, construction on the Nyköping Fortress was begun; the following century it became the strongest fortress of the country. The coat of arms probably depicts the fortress, or one of its towers.

) thumb A Ryanair Boeing 737-800, with the text "Auf Wiedersehen Lufthansa (File:Ryanair-sxf.jpg)", ("Goodbye, Lufthansa" in German) at Berlin Schönefeld Airport, Germany. (2005) thumb A Ryanair Boeing 737-800, named Nyköping (File:ryanair b737-800 nykoping ei-csv arp.jpg), takes off from London Luton Airport, England. (2007) layout FF layout (2002-) F4 layout (2008-) assembly Nyköping, Sweden (convertible 2012) ( AB Nyköpings


hit quot

), and Annika Kjærgaard (born 18 May 1971, Bjarnum, Sweden). Their first single, "Shine On", was a hit in Sweden, but it was with their second release, "Crying at the Discoteque" (which heavily sampled Sheila and B. Devotion (Sheila (and) B. Devotion) 1979 hit &quot;Spacer") they achieved success across Europe. Both singles appeared on their debut album (album), ''Casino'', written and produced by Swedish record producers Alexander Bard and Anders

Hansson . Later editions of ''Casino (Casino (Alcazar album))'' contained a cover (cover version) of The Human League's hit (chart-topper) &quot;Don't You Want Me (Don't You Want Me#Alcazar version)" which also served as the third single off the album. In the United States, Alcazar gained moderate success. "Crying at the Discoteque" peaked at #44 and "Don't You Want Me" peaked at #30 on the Hot Dance Music Club Play. Image:COA family sv Tyrgils

Nyköping

'''Nyköping''' ( is a locality (Urban areas in Sweden) and the seat of Nyköping Municipality, Södermanland County, Sweden with 29,891 inhabitants in 2010. The city is also the capital of Södermanland County. Including Arnö, the locality on the southern shore of the bay just a couple of kilometres from the city centre, Nyköping would have 33,762 inhabitants according to the same SCB source. Commonly, Arnö is referred to as a part of the city proper.

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