Kalmar

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connection called

, 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


contemporary medical

wounded during a battle, taking bullet wounds to both legs; if this is true, his survival may have been surprising in view of contemporary medical techniques. Some sources state that Nils was executed by quartering (Hanged, drawn and quartered); Dackeland Gustav Vasa – Landsfader eller tyrann? by Lars-Olof Larsson others that he was reduced to the state of an outlaw after recovering from his wounds, and killed while trying to escape through the woods on the border between


local publication

in Kalmar *University of Kalmar *CityRapporten – local publication about Kalmar *Barometern Oskarshamns-Tidningen – daily newspaper (Newspaper) from Kalmar and Oskarshamn Category:Populated places in Kalmar County Category:Municipal seats of Kalmar County Category:Swedish municipal seats


nearby main

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


time based

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Melbourne, Australia

soldiers, commanded by Governor Arvid Eriksson (Stålarm), landed in Uppland one week ahead of Sigismund’s landing. Duke Charles was on his way to Kalmar when the Finns invaded Uppland. He immediately rode towards Stockholm to defend the city. class Executive car assembly Kalmar, Sweden (VKA (Volvo Kalmar Assembly)) Torslanda, Sweden (Torslandaverken) Melbourne, Australia Ghent, Belgium Halifax Regional

and emigrated to America in 1867. His maternal grandmother was born in Bollnäs parish, Hälsingland ccounty and emigrated to America in 1889. production 1984–1992 assembly Kalmar, Sweden (VKA (Volvo Kalmar Assembly)) Ghent, Belgium Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality), Canada (VHA (Volvo Halifax Assembly)) Melbourne, Australia engine 2.0&nbsp;L I4 (Straight-4) 2.0&nbsp;L turbo I4 (Straight-4) <


low energy

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


famous works

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building program

. 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


poetic writing

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 in this shabby person lies the beauty which his poetry expresses?". *Sweden **Kalmar (Kalmar Airport) (on behalf of Blue1) **Ronneby (on behalf of Blekingeflyg (Sverigeflyg), to Stockholm) *Domestic scheduled destinations: Kalmar, Stockholm and Vaxjö. The earliest known achievements of arms in Sweden are those of two brothers, Sigtrygg and Lars Bengtsson, from 1219. The earliest example of Swedish civic heraldry is the city arms of Kalmar, which originated as a city seal in 1247. The seal (Seal (emblem)) (Swedish ''sigill''), used extensively in the Middle Ages, was instrumental in spreading heraldry to churches, local governments, and other institutions, and was the forerunner of the coat of arms in medieval Sweden. Volborth (1981), p. 96. Armorial seals of noblewomen appeared in the 12th century, burghers and artisans began adopting arms in the 13th century, and even some peasants took arms in the 14th century. '''Småländska''' (Swedish (Swedish language) for "Smålandian") is a general term for the accents (Accent (sociolinguistics)) of Swedish (Swedish language) spoken in the historical province of Småland in southern Sweden. The northeastern accents are mainly influenced by the Central Swedish accents while the southwest has been more influenced by Southern Swedish accents, like that of Halland and Scania. Among the most distinguishing features of southern Småländska is the use of a uvular trill Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Kalmar County Localities Kalmar commons:Kalmar

Kalmar

'''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.

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