Stockholm

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beautiful+work

of Arts , and in the following year visited Rome. He sent home a beautiful work, "The Reclining Bacchante," in half life size, which raised him at once to the first rank among Swedish sculptors. ''Le Grand Macabre'' was premiered in Stockholm on 12 April 1978 and has received more than 30 productions. The revised version was premiered in Salzburg on 28 July 1997. practice significant_buildings The Snellman House, Djursholm, (1918), Stockholm (1920) The Listers County Court House, Sölvesborg, (1921), The Skandia Cinema, Stockholm (1923), Stockholm Public Library, (1928), significant_projects Skogskyrkogården (1914-40), Gothenburg City Hall (1917-37) The Red Army Faction devised the plan as a direct consequence of the outcome of the 1975 West German embassy siege in Stockholm. A group of RAF members seized the embassy by force, demanding negotiations with the West German government. After the Swedish and German governments had employed stalling tactics the terrorists became impatient and allegedly started planning a violent break-out. A botched attempt to create a diversion led to an explosion and a massive fire. One terrorist, Siegfried Hausner, died from injuries sustained in the explosion in Stammheim prison after being flown to Germany. The other members of the group were arrested as they tried to flee the premises. '''Gösta Lars August Knutsson''' (original surname '''Johansson'''; 12 October 1908, Stockholm – 4 April 1973) was a Swedish (Sweden) radio producer and writer of a popular series of children's books about the cat ''Pelle Svanslös''. Gösta Knutsson was born in a middle-class family in Stockholm and came to the University of Uppsala as a student, remaining in Uppsala for the rest of his life. After completing an M.A. degree, he was curator (chairman) of the Stockholm Nation and later chairman of the Uppsala Student Union (1936–1938). He was also editor of the student union paper ''Ergo'' 1940-42. During his time as student union chairman, he was also employed as head of the Uppsala office of the Swedish National Radio and remained there from 1936 until 1969. As such he introduced the quiz show in Sweden, with the first one recruiting the two teams from two of the student nations in Uppsala. Important tournament victories: Budapest 1989 - I-II places (tied), Vienna 1990 - I-VI, Gausdal 1991 - I-II, Katowice 1992 - I-II, Metz 1993 - I-III, Pardubice 1993 - I-V, Las Palmas 1993 - I-II, Pardubice 1994 - I-II, Stockholm 1994 95 - I, Stockholm 1995 96 - I, Asti 1996 - I, Reggio Emilia (Reggio Emilia chess tournament) 1996 97 - I, Buenos Aires 1998 - I-V, Cutro 1999 - I, Shanghai 2000 - I-II, Barlinek 2001 - I-III, Kavala 2001 - I-II, Bad Wiessee 2001 - I-IV, Wijk aan Zee (Corus chess tournament) 2002, tournament "B" – I, Budapest 2004 - I, Vlissingen 2006 - I, Wijk aan Zee 2007, tournament "C" – I, Elsinore 2007 - I-V, Mumbai 2008 - I-VI, Hilversum 2009 - I-IV, Vlissingen 2009 - I. Runner-up in major tournaments in Hastings (Hastings International Chess Congress) 1993 94 (behind John Nunn), Polanica Zdroj 1995 (behind Veselin Topalov), Pamplona 1998 99 (behind Alexander Morozevich), Lviv 2000, (FIDE Category 17) behind Vassily Ivanchuk. Polanica Zdroj 1998 (Category 17) - III-VI places. Important tournament victories: Budapest 1989 - I-II places (tied), Vienna 1990 - I-VI, Gausdal 1991 - I-II, Katowice 1992 - I-II, Metz 1993 - I-III, Pardubice 1993 - I-V, Las Palmas 1993 - I-II, Pardubice 1994 - I-II, Stockholm 1994 95 - I, Stockholm 1995 96 - I, Asti 1996 - I, Reggio Emilia (Reggio Emilia chess tournament) 1996 97 - I, Buenos Aires 1998 - I-V, Cutro 1999 - I, Shanghai 2000 - I-II, Barlinek 2001 - I-III, Kavala 2001 - I-II, Bad Wiessee 2001 - I-IV, Wijk aan Zee (Corus chess tournament) 2002, tournament "B" – I, Budapest 2004 - I, Vlissingen 2006 - I, Wijk aan Zee 2007, tournament "C" – I, Elsinore 2007 - I-V, Mumbai 2008 - I-VI, Hilversum 2009 - I-IV, Vlissingen 2009 - I. Runner-up in major tournaments in Hastings (Hastings International Chess Congress) 1993 94 (behind John Nunn), Polanica Zdroj 1995 (behind Veselin Topalov), Pamplona 1998 99 (behind Alexander Morozevich), Lviv 2000, (FIDE Category 17) behind Vassily Ivanchuk. Polanica Zdroj 1998 (Category 17) - III-VI places. Juniors Söderling began playing tennis at the age of five. He made his first steps in international tennis in November 1998 in Luxembourg when at the age of 14 he played his first official junior tournament, losing the opening match to Fred Hemmes, Jr. In his first full year in the junior tour (2000), he achieved four tournament victories and in 2001 attained three more titles in the juniors including the Orange Bowl (Orange Bowl (tennis)). In the same year Söderling achieved fourth place in the year-end ranking and played in his first ATP tournament in Stockholm, winning his first match 6–3 6–3 against Ramón Delgado. - 1988 Drottningholm Golf Club Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm


technical work

url http: geekboys.org title Andreas "bds" Thorstensson publisher Geekboys Early on, Thorstensson worked to establish a foothold in the technical work industry. At the age of 18, he began as a senior programmer (programmer) at the recently-founded internet company Spray Network in August 1997, until December 1999. In the meantime, he began working as a senior programmer for Razorfish (Razorfish (company)) in January 1999, with which his involvement ended in December of that year, as well. By this time, he had begun his GeekBoys project, which would eventually lead him to international notoriety. Shortly thereafter, he had a year-long stint as the technical chief for the internet industrialist service he created called SPRAYdio from January to December 2000. From January to December 2001, Thorstensson worked as a technical CD for yet another internet industrialist company, Abel & Baker. Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm


international set

with his son Roy in an episode of ''House Hunters International'' set in Stockholm, Sweden. 1979–1998: Early life and career Andreas Thorstensson was born on January 29, 1979, in Stockholm, Sweden. According to Thorstensson, in 1989, at the age of ten, his intrigue with programming began with his father's purchase of the 386SX-20. In 1992, he began programming with C (C (programming language)) and had begun getting involved with video games.


technical development

Chiffriermaschinen AG in Berlin before demonstrating Enigma to the public in Bern in 1923, and then in 1924 at the World Postal Congress in Stockholm. In 1927 Scherbius bought Koch's patents, and in 1928 they added a ''plugboard'', essentially a non-rotating manually rewireable fourth rotor, on the front of the machine. After the death of Scherbius in 1929, Willi Korn was in charge of further technical development of Enigma. In 1948, Karl-Erik Kejne (1913-60), a pastor of the town


team great

, 1948) Largest loss (London, England; 20 October 1908) The 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification ended disastrously for Sweden. In the first game in Tirana, they were only able to tie 0–0 with an Albanian side that they were expected to defeat easily. Four days later, Sweden beat Hungary, 2–1, with goals from Kim Källström and Samuel Holmén

January 12, 1978 PLACE OF BIRTH Stockholm, SWE (Sweden) DATE OF DEATH '''Football at the 1912 Summer Olympics''' was one of the 102 events at the 1912 Summer Olympics in Stockholm, Sweden. It was the fourth time football (soccer) was on the Olympic schedule. The tournament was contested between 11 nations, all of them from Europe, with Great Britain (Great Britain national football team) http

as the country's best ever achievement in international football. Finland beat Italy (Italy national football team) and Russia (Russia national football team) in the first two rounds before losing to Great Britain (England national amateur football team) in the semi-finals. In the bronze medal match they were beaten 0–9 by the Netherlands (Netherlands national football team). According to the story, the Finns were under the impression that the match would be a day later, so they had gone out celebrating the night before the match, and as a consequence were easily beaten. Finland's star player Eino Soinio, aged only 17 at the time, was chosen to the all-star team of the tournament by Swedish (Sweden) paper ''Idrottsbladet''. '''Herbert Hall Turner''' (13 August 1861, Leeds – 20 August 1930, Stockholm) was a British (United Kingdom) astronomer and seismologist. Childhood and career Erik Gustaf Boström was born in Stockholm, the son of Eric Samuel Boström, chief judge of the district court and his wife Elisabet Gustava Fredenheim. The family was one branch of the Laestadius family of priests from Norrland. His paternal grandfather Christopher Laestander, a townsman and ship carpenter in the city of Piteå, took the surname Boström. - 4. 2 June 2001 Råsunda, Stockholm Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm


sound art

, architectural space and paranormal electronic interference. Major exhibitions include Manifesta (1996), documenta X (1997), the Johannesburg Biennial (1997), Sound Art - Sound as Media at ICC in Tokyo (2000), the Venice Biennale (2001, 2003 and 2005) and Portikus, Frankfurt (2004). Hausswolff received a Prix Ars Electronica award for Digital Musics in 2002. In 1939 he published his paper on Weibull distribution in probability theory and statistics. In 1941 he received a personal research professorship in Technical Physics at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm from the arms producer Bofors. He took a young woman from Stockholm as a mistress; she bore him two children. Finally, the chapter complained to Pope Martin V and, after an investigation, in 1421 the Pope dismissed him from office. In 1426 he entered the duties of bishop of Skálholt, Iceland (Skálholt), and was formally ordained in 1430. However, three years after being ordained, the Icelandic people had enough of him, and put him in a sack and drowned him. Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm


landscape+created

in 1917 on land that had been old gravel quarries that were overgrown with pine (Scots Pine) trees and was completed three years later. The architects' use of the natural landscape created an extraordinary environment of tranquil beauty that had a profound influence on cemetery design throughout the world. Agne returned to Sweden and they arrived at Stocksund (Stockholm) where they put up their tent on the side of the river where it is flat. Agne had a torc which had belonged


program+professional

2012-05-19 In 2011, Stockholm passed the title of European Green Capital to Hamburg, Germany. Role model In the beginning of 2010, Stockholm launched the program Professional Study Visits in order to share the city’s green best practices. The program provides visitors


education international

. On January 26, 1993, the WCOTP and IFFTU merged at a convention in Stockholm to form Education International. The stronger membership of the IFFTU at WCOTP expense led both organizations to see merger as a resolution to continuing conflict and competition, and merger was strongly advocated by AFT president Albert Shanker. The collapse of Soviet bloc (Eastern Bloc) communist also helped to remove lingering political differences between the two groups (as well as the reason


influential books

, Stockholm, Sweden) was before and during World War II the personal masseur (massage) of Heinrich Himmler. Kersten used his position to aid people persecuted by Nazi Germany, although whether his actions were as decisive as Kersten claimed in his memoirs is not readily verifiable from other sources. He is the author or co-author of 24 books and over 500 articles. His most influential books are ''An Economic Theory of Democracy'' (1957) and ''Inside Bureaucracy'' (1967); widely translated, both are credited as major influences on the public choice school of political economy. Later, Downs concerned himself with housing policy, writing about rent control and housing affordability. ''The Revolution in Real Estate Finance'' (1985) predicted a long-term housing slowdown and decrease in housing prices. Most recently, Downs has involved himself with transportation economics. His book ''Stuck in Traffic'' (1992), which detailed the economic disadvantages of traffic congestion and proposed road pricing as the only effective means of alleviating it, was denounced by traffic engineers for its insistence on the futility of congestion relief measures. However, enough of his gloomy predictions about congestion were proven right that he successfully published a second edition, ''Still Stuck in Traffic'' (2004). Downs' recommendations are starting to see implementation, largely in the form of high occupancy toll (HOT) lanes in the medians of crowded American freeways, and through congestion pricing, already implemented in several cities around the world: Singapore Road pricing Singapore's experience (see Area Licensing Scheme and Electronic Road Pricing); London (see London congestion charge); Stockholm (see Stockholm congestion tax); Valletta, Malta; Controlled Vehicular Access, CVA Technology, 1 May 2007 Valletta traffic congestion considerably reduced and Milan Milan introduces traffic charge Milan Introduces Congestion Charge To Cut Pollution Congestion fee leaves Milan in a jam Bowie drew criticism during the tour for his alleged pro-fascist views. In a 1974 interview he had declared, "Adolf Hitler was one of the first rock stars ... quite as good as Jagger (Mick Jagger) ... He staged a country", Buckley (2000): pp. 289–291. but managed to avoid condemnation. On the ''Station to Station'' tour, however, a series of incidents attracted publicity, starting in April 1976 with his detention by customs in Eastern Europe for possession of Nazi (Nazism) memorabilia. The same month he was quoted in Stockholm as saying that "Britain could benefit from a Fascist leader". Bowie would blame his addictions and the persona of The Thin White Duke for his lapses in judgment. Carr & Murray (1981): p. 11. The controversy culminated on 2 May 1976, shortly before the tour completed, in the so-called 'Victoria Station (London Victoria station) incident' in London, when Bowie arrived in an open-top Mercedes (Mercedes-Benz) convertible and apparently gave a Nazi salute to the crowd that was captured on film and published in ''NME''. Bowie claimed that the photographer simply caught him in mid-wave, Commons:Category:Stockholm Wikipedia:Stockholm Dmoz:Europe Sweden Stockholm County Localities Stockholm

Stockholm

'''Stockholm''' ( approximately 1.4 million in the urban area (Stockholm urban area), and a total population close to 2.2 million in the metropolitan area (Metropolitan Stockholm). The city is spread across 14 islands on the coast in the southeast of Sweden at the mouth of Lake Mälaren (Mälaren), by the Stockholm archipelago and the Baltic sea. The area has been settled since the Stone Age, in the 6th millennium BC, and was founded as a city in 1252 by Birger Jarl.

Stockholm is the cultural, media, political, and economic centre of Sweden. The region alone accounts for over a third of the country's GDP, Sweden's national football arena (Friends Arena) is located north of the city centre, in Solna. Ericsson Globe, the national indoor arena, is in the southern part of the city. The city was the host of the 1912 Summer Olympics, and hosted the equestrian portion of the 1956 Summer Olympics otherwise held in Melbourne, Australia.

Stockholm is the seat of the Government of Sweden and most government agencies (Government agencies in Sweden),

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