Norrköping

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songs+largest

time. He also wrote poems and songs. Largest win Foxboro (Foxborough, Massachusetts), United States; 4 July 1999 World cup apps 5 Image:Jacob Marcus.jpg thumb Jacob Marcus painted in oils by an unknown master around


genre black

the centre section. alias origin Norrköping, Sweden genre Black metal '''Marduk''' is a black metal band from Norrköping, Sweden. The band formed in 1990 and released their first record in 1991. Their name is derived from the Babylonian god Marduk, patron deity of Babylon. - 1. 18 June 1992 Idrottsparken, Norrköping, Sweden 3–1 Win UEFA Euro 1992 qualifying


small dance

, but in summer they also have a really nice outdoor area by the river. The frequent visitor is typically between 30 to 60. *


film art

on a broad spectrum of research traditions within the humanities and social sciences. It includes production studies and practical work in film, television, audio installation, radio, computer-based media and museum exhibitions. Besides his music activities and studies he is mostly interested in film, art, Tibetan Buddhism and meditation. '''Ringdansen''' (the Circular Dance) is a suburb in the very South of the Swedish city of Norrköping. It is well-known for its typical circular houses, inner passages and park areas inside the two blocks. There are two circular blocks called "ringar" (rings) in Swedish: Guldringen (the Golden Ring) in the North, and Silverringen (the Silver Ring) in the South. Originally, two more rings were intended: Järnringen (the Iron Ring) to the South och Silverringen and Kopparringen (the Copper Ring) in the very South. Ringdansen is situated in the larger district of Navestad, with Atrium to the North and Kvarnberget to the South. **Translation: I'm not leading the world's most brilliant cabinet. The ministers don't belong to the most outstanding intellectual elite and we're not particularly beautiful either. **Said in a speech to ''Komvux'' (adult secondary education) students in Norrköping (w:Norrköping) in 2002, according to the Swedish news agency TT (w:Tidningarnas Telegrambyrå).


black metal

the centre section. alias origin Norrköping, Sweden genre Black metal '''Marduk''' is a black metal band from Norrköping, Sweden. The band formed in 1990 and released their first record in 1991. Their name is derived from the Babylonian god Marduk, patron deity of Babylon. - 1. 18 June 1992 Idrottsparken, Norrköping, Sweden


association football

- alpine skier, double Olympic gold medalist * Johannes Årsjö - heavy weight champion * 23 Till - music group * Den Svenska Björnstammen - music group Sports * IFK Norrköping (Association football) * Assyriska Föreningen i Norrköping (Association football) * Azech SF (Association football) * Chile Unido IF (Association football) * Eneby BK (Association football) * Hagahöjdens BK (Association football) * Lindö FF ( Association

football ) * Norrköpings IF Bosna (Association football) * Syrianska KF (Association football) * Borgia Norrköping BK (Bandy) * Norrköping Dolphins (Basketball) * HC Vita Hästen (Ice hockey) * Vargarna (Speedway (Motorcycle speedway)) * Norrköpings KK (Swimming (Swimming (sport))) * Norrköpings Rugby Klubb NRK Trojan (Rugby (Rugby football)) * Yxbacken cykelpark Government and infrastructure The Swedish Transport Agency has its headquarters in Norrköping. "Adresser till våra kontor." Swedish Transport Agency. Retrieved on 7 December 2010. "Huvudkontor Transportstyrelsen 601 73 Norrköping Besöksadress: Vikboplan 7, Norrköping Öppettider: Vardagar 08.00–16.30" When the Civil Aviation Administration (Civil Aviation Administration (Sweden)) existed, its head office was in Norrköping. "Contact." Civil Aviation Administration. 16 June 2010. Retrieved on 6 December 2010. "Swedish Civil Aviation Administration S-601 79 Norrköping." Norrköping is one of two Swedish cities (the other being Gothenburg) that retained its tram system after the 1967 conversion to right-hand drive, see Norrköping Tramway. Culture A theatre in Norrköping, Egges Theatre, hosted the first Scandinavian performance of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet in 1776, and the city has a long theatre and revue tradition. Current main theatres are Östgötateatern (Östgötateatern (Norrköping)) (Sweden's biggest regional theatre) from 1947 and Arbisteatern from 1865. References


century building

County Category:Port cities and towns of the Baltic Sea Category:Market towns in Sweden thumb 200px ''The Iron'' is a famous 19th century landmark in central Norrköping (Image:Strykjärnet Motala ström Norrköping april 2005.jpg) The '''Museum of Work''', or ''Arbetets museum'', is a museum located in Norrköping, Sweden. The museum can be found in the 19th century building ''The Iron'' in the Motala ström river in central Norrköping. '''Motala ström''' is the river


literary history

September 1906) was a Swedish (Sweden) poet, critic and literary historian (literary history). Levertin was a dominant voice of the Swedish cultural scene from 1897, when he started writing influential high-profile essays and reviews in the daily paper Svenska Dagbladet. *Stockholm - Södertälje - Hallsberg - Skövde - Herrljunga - Gothenburg; *Stockholm - Södertälje - Norrköping - Linköping - Nässjö - Hässleholm - Lund


plays football

'''Idrottsklubben Sleipner''' is a sports club in Norrköping, Sweden; the main sports are football (Association football) and ten-pin bowling. It was founded in 1903, and named after Odin's horse Sleipnir. Currently, the club's senior men's team plays football in the Division 1 Södra. They are mostly known for winning Allsvenskan in 1938, but have since been overshadowed by local rivals IFK Norrköping both locally and nationally. The club is affiliated to the Östergötlands Fotbollförbund.


setting rich

with a great view. Mains are 80-150 SEK *

Norrköping

'''Norrköping''' is a city (Urban areas in Sweden) in the province (provinces of Sweden) of Östergötland in eastern Sweden and the seat of Norrköping Municipality, Östergötland County. The city has a population of 87,247 inhabitants in 2010, out of a municipal total of 130,050, Folkmängd i Norrköpings kommun den 31 december 2010 making it Sweden's tenth largest city and eighth largest municipality.

The city is situated by the mouth of the river Motala ström, at Bråviken, an inlet of the Baltic Sea. Water power from the Motala ström and the good harbour were factors that facilitated the rapid growth of this once industrial city, known for its textile industry. It has several nicknames such as: "Sweden's Manchester", "Peking" and "Surbullestan" (Surbulle sour bun was a local nickname for the textile workers, and stan is short for Staden, which means The City or The Town in Swedish).

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