Jönköping

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for audio pronunciation (Swedish) Category:Populated lakeshore places in Sweden Agnetha Fältskog (born 5 April 1950 in Jönköping, Sweden) had a number 1 record in Sweden when she was 17, and was soon noted by the critics and songwriters as a talented singer songwriter of schlager style songs. Fältskog's main inspiration in her early years were singers such as Connie Francis. Along with her own compositions, she recorded covers (Cover version) of foreign hits and performed them on tours in Swedish folkparks. In 1967, she submitted an original song, "Försonade" ("Redeemed") for Melodifestivalen, but it was rejected. She briefly met Anni-Frid Lyngstad for the first time during a TV show in January 1968, and met Ulvaeus at a concert venue a few months later. The motorway system has been incorporated with the Øresund Bridge; the European route E20 goes over the bridge and then, together with the European route E6 follows the Swedish west coast from Malmö–Helsingborg to Gothenburg. E6 goes further north along the west coast and through Norway to the Norwegian town Kirkenes at Barents Sea. The European route to Jönköping–Stockholm (E4 (European route E4)) starts at Helsingborg. Main roads in direction of Växjö–Kalmar, Kristianstad–Karlskrona, Ystad (E65 (European route E65)), and Trelleborg start as freeways. - bgcolor "efefef" '''D''' Jönköping Kinnarps Arena 7.000 - * E 02 – Route number not used * 35px link European route E4 (File:Tabliczka E04.svg) – Wikipedia:Jönköping Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Jönköping County Localities Jönköping Commons:Category:Jönköping


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, Huskvarna and Gränna, which all three now are part of the Jönköping Municipality. The town of Visby is the seat of the Gotland Municipality, but is no political entity of its own. Some former towns have also grown together, forming one urban area. Future There are plans to build a high-speed line between Stockholm and Gothenburg, south of the lake Vättern. The route would be operational somewhere around 2020, and capable of speeds of more than . However


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the national team (Swedish national football team), including the 1994 FIFA World Cup and Euro 1992. He has won four Swedish Championships. DATE OF BIRTH July 8, 1968 PLACE OF BIRTH Jönköping, Sweden DATE OF DEATH '''Carl Carlsson Mörner''' (December 1, 1755 in Jönköping - June 24, 1821 in Stockholm) was a Swedish (Sweden) nobleman, officer, and politician. After rising through the ranks after being accepted


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and performed them on tours in Swedish folkparks. In 1967, she submitted an original song, "Försonade" ("Redeemed") for Melodifestivalen, but it was rejected. She briefly met Anni-Frid Lyngstad for the first time during a TV show in January 1968, and met Ulvaeus at a concert venue a few months later. The motorway system has been incorporated with the Øresund Bridge; the European route E20 goes over the bridge and then, together with the European route E6 follows


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?hl en&source hp&biw 1920&bih 898&q uvular+trill+in+swedish+accents&aq f&aqi &aql &oq A major isogloss runs straight through Småland in a rough line from the border to Västergötland in the west through Jönköping and to the coastal town of Mönsterås in the east, 40 km north of Kalmar. The isogloss divides the dorsal (dorsal consonant) realizations of r in the south and the transitional area that uses both coronal


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content * Go next * '''Habo Kyrka''' (Habo Church) lies several kilometers northwest of Jönköping, just off the road to Falköping. It's a small frame church whose interior is decorated with peasant folk art depicting biblical scenes. * '''Gränna''' is the hometown of the ''peppermint rock'' candy. One can also take


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Oscar's marriage in Bournemouth on 15 March 1888 to Swedish noblewoman (nobility) Ebba Munck af Fulkila (Ebba Bernadotte) (Jönköping, 15 March 1858 – Stockholm, 16 October 1946), lady-in-waiting to the Crown Princess, without the consent of his father the King, he gave up his right of succession to the Swedish throne and his royal title. Wikipedia:Jönköping Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Jönköping County Localities Jönköping Commons:Category:Jönköping


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) Christian Democrats . see Eva M. Hamberg and Thorleif Pettersson, "The Religious Market: Denominational Competition and Religious Participation in Contemporary Sweden," ''Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion,'' Vol. 33, No. 3 (Sep., 1994), pp. 205+ Sweden DSB and its joint ventures have contracts to operate the Roslagsbanan in Stockholm, local trains around Gothenburg and Krösatågen services around Jönköping.


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playoffs. Sweden was defeated by Slovakia (Slovakia men's national ice hockey team) 3–2 in the semifinal.

the 1997 (1997 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships) tournament, defeating Sweden 3–2 in overtime in the final. Brewer once again participated for Canada at the 2004 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships, his fourth consecutive Ice Hockey World Championships, where he helped Canada win its second


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Oscar's marriage in Bournemouth on 15 March 1888 to Swedish noblewoman (nobility) Ebba Munck af Fulkila (Ebba Bernadotte) (Jönköping, 15 March 1858 – Stockholm, 16 October 1946), lady-in-waiting to the Crown Princess, without the consent of his father the King, he gave up his right of succession to the Swedish throne and his royal title. A '''LAN party''' is a temporary, sometimes spontaneous, gathering of people with computers, between which they establish

a local area network (LAN), primarily for the purpose of playing multiplayer video games (Multiplayer game). The size of these networks may vary from the very small (two people) to very large installations. Small parties can form spontaneously, but large ones usually require a fair amount of planning and preparation. As of 2010, the world record for the size of a LAN party is 12,754 connected systems, set at DreamHack, in Jönköping, Sweden.

Jönköping

'''Jönköping''' ( ) ) is a city (Urban areas in Sweden) in southern Sweden with 61,559 inhabitants (2013). Jönköping is situated by the southern end of Sweden's second largest lake, Vättern. The original town Jönköping has grown together with twin city Huskvarna (population 23,033) and suburb Norrahammar-Hovslätt (population 9,070), forming a contiguous urban area, with 93,662 inhabitants in 2013.

The city is the seat of Jönköping Municipality which has a population of 130,798 (2013) and is Sweden's 10th populous municipality. Jönköping is also the seat of Jönköping County which has a population of 341 235 (2013). Jönköping is the seat of a district court and a court of appeal as well as the Swedish National Courts Administration. It is the seat of the Swedish Board of Agriculture.

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