Trelleborg

What is Trelleborg known for?


battle line

or medium ships of the line. The reinforcements also brought with them a new commander, the Dutch Admiral General Cornelis Tromp, one of the ablest naval tacticians of his time. The two fleets sailed north and on June 1 passed the northern tip of Öland in a strong gale (Beaufort scale). The rough winds were hard on the Swedish ships. Many lost masts and spars. The Swedes, forming a barely cohesive battle line, tried to sail ahead of Tromp's ships, hoping to get between them and the shore, thus putting themselves on the allied fleet's lee side and gaining the tactical advantage of holding the weather gage. The Dutch ships of the allied fleet, however, managed to sail closer to the wind (close hauled) and faster than the rest of the force, and slipped between the Swedes and the coast, snatching the weather gage. Later that morning the two fleets closed on each other, and were soon within firing range. Sjöblom (2003), p. 226. - Trelleborg approximately 1257 harbour at the Baltic Sea of importance already in pre-historical times. In 1619 the privilegies were withdrawn. It was again granted the title of ''stad'' in 1867 - thumb 250px Swedish Netto (File:Nettobutik i Bjärred.jpg) The Swedish part of Netto was founded in 2002 as a joint venture between Dansk Supermarked and ICA (ICA AB) called ''Netto Marknad AB''. The co-operation was granted by the European Commission in 2001. The headquarters were established in Halmstad in March and the first store was opened in Trelleborg on May 8. A week later two stores where opened in Lund. In the beginning, Netto kept their stores in the Götaland region. The fair took place from August 24 to October 9, mainly in locations between the two Scanian towns of Skanör and Falsterbo at the southern mouth of Öresund, with much of the connected industry spread out on the surrounding peninsula, but Køge, Dragør, Copenhagen, Malmö, Helsingborg, Simrishamn, Ystad and Trelleborg were also part of the Scania Market. Since the fishermen erected their trading booths and temporary shops close to the area where the herring was spawning (spawn (biology)), the exact locations of the Scania Market changed from year to year. Skånemarknaden. Terra Scaniae, 2007. In Swedish. Retrieved 27 August 2008. History Uppåkra was situated on the ancient main road between Trelleborg and Helsingborg in what was to become the Danish kingdom (Denmark). The original foundation of Uppåkra is dated to the first century AD (Anno Domini), although its importance appears to have increased in the fifth century. It seems likely that the rulers of Uppåkra by then wielded influence over most or all of West Scania, i.e. the land along the Trelleborg–Helsingborg main road, known for extraordinarily fertile plains. * Puttgarden - Rødby, Denmark, passenger trains only (1963-) * Rostock - Trelleborg, Sweden, freight only (1994-) * Sassnitz Mukran (changed in 1998 from the old Sassnitz port to the new port nearby at Mukran) - Trelleborg, Sweden, freight plus one daily passenger night-train. (1909-) * Rostock - Trelleborg, Sweden, freight only (1994-) * Sassnitz Mukran (changed in 1998 from the old Sassnitz port to the new port nearby at Mukran) - Trelleborg, Sweden, freight plus one daily passenger night-train. (1909-) * Gothenburg - Frederikshavn, Denmark (1987 -) * Trelleborg - Rostock, Germany (1996 -) * Trelleborg - Sassnitz (Mukran port), Germany, (1998-) operated by Scandlines * Trelleborg - Rostock, Germany (1996 -) * Trelleborg - Sassnitz (Mukran port), Germany, (1998-) operated by Scandlines * Stockholm - Turku, Finland (SeaRail, will end December 2011) '''Trelleborgs FF''', or simply Trelleborg, is a Swedish (Sweden) football club (Football (soccer)) located in Trelleborg. The club, formed 6 December 1926, will during the season of 2012 play in the second highest Swedish league, Superettan. Trelleborgs FF has participated 17 times in Allsvenskan and once in the UEFA-cup (UEFA Cup 1994-95) where the team eliminated Blackburn Rovers in the same season Rovers won the English Premier League. traded_as Wikipedia:Trelleborg Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Skåne_County Localities Trelleborg Commons:Category:Trelleborg


regular service

of the medieval Viking stronghold. Remains of the original stronghold were excavated in 1988. Today thumb 100px left TT-Line TT‑Line (File:TT-Line routes.png) ferry routes; the company operates regular service between Trelleborg and Germany At the end of the 19th century, Trelleborg became an industrial town and the foundation of modern Trelleborg has largely been created by a few large companies; most notably Trelleborg Industries (Trelleborg AB) and the ferry company


local political

in memory of him have been erected including one in Virserum, where the final battle allegedly took place during 1543. Nils Dacke-party (:sv:Nils Dacke-partiet) (''Nils Dacke-partiet'') is a local political party in Gnosjö County. ''M S Nils Dacke (:sv:M S Nils Dacke)'' is a vessel, owned by TT-Line (:sv:TT-Line) serving the Trelleborg-Travemünde route. In 1961, a made-for-television film entitled ''Dacke'' was released by Swedish director and screenwriter Bengt Lagerkvist (:sv:Bengt Lagerkvist). Ship operator 1975-1985: TT-Line 1985-1994: TT-Line Pty. Ltd. 1994-1995: Ventouris Ferries 1995-Present: Nel Lines Ship route 1975-1985: Travemünde–Trelleborg 1985-1993: Devonport (Devonport, Tasmania)-Melbourne 1994-1995: Igoumenitsa – Bari 1995-Present: Pireaus-Chios-Mytilini-Thessaloniki Ship ordered 1974 History The '''M S Abel Tasman''' was the first ferry of the TT-line (Tasmania) (TT-Line (Australia)) - a passenger vehicle ferry that was built at Nobiskrug in Rendsburg for the TT-line (Germany) (TT-Line) as the ''Nils Holgersson'' (3) for the Travemünde - Trelleborg route in 1975 along with her sister ''Peter Pan'' (2). In 1985 the Australian National Line (Australian National Lines) (ANL) announced they would be pulling out of the Bass Strait run, so the Federal Government gave the Tasmanian Government the capital required to buy a suitable ferry, in compensation for placing the environmentally-sensitive Gordon River off-limits to Hydro Tasmania power generation schemes. This ship turned out to be the ''Nils Holgersson'' (3) from the TT-line (Germany) (TT-Line), which also came with an option to buy her sister ship ''Peter Pan'' (2) one year later (which never came to pass). He left Airdrie in 1993, playing in Sweden with Trelleborg, before returning to Scotland, joining Heart of Midlothian (Heart of Midlothian F.C.) in July 1993, but had his contract terminated in February 1994 for 'unprofessional conduct' (he had attempted to sell false stories regarding him and a number of cabinet ministers to the press), and returned to the United States to coach a boys team in Georgia. He later moved to Atlanta Ruckus, but was suspended for the playoffs for failure to comply with the terms of his contract, before joining Miramar Rangers in New Zealand in 1997. He then moved to Ellicott City (Ellicott City, Maryland), Maryland to coach the Maryland Mania, a new professional team in the second division USL A-League, following his officially announced retirement from the professional game. Clustered along the shore of The Sound, from the medieval town of Skanör in the South to Bjärred in the North, a set of villages and towns have in the latter half of the 20th century expanded to an almost continuous set of suburbs. The commuter belt in the inland consists of more separate towns and expanded villages. The inclusion of the harbour town of Trelleborg at the Baltic Sea in the South, or the exclusion of Eslöv, Höör and Landskrona in the North, necessarily will appear arbitrary direction_a South terminus_a Trelleborg (Sweden) junction thumb right E 6 south of Narvik (Image:Tømmernes.jpg) '''European route E 6''' is the designation for the main north-south road in Norway, and the west coast of Sweden, running from the southern tip of Sweden, at Trelleborg, into Norway and through almost all of the country north to Finnmark. The route ends close to the Norwegian border with Russia. Its length is Wikipedia:Trelleborg Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Skåne_County Localities Trelleborg Commons:Category:Trelleborg


books version

;q schlebrugge+peking&dq schlebrugge+peking&hl en&ei Qa9mTcvKNYGWhQfgv8z6DQ&sa X&oi book_result&ct result&resnum 1&ved 0CCkQ6AEwAA Google Books version of issues 425-7, p. 62 unofficial transcription, accessed February 24, 2011 Thurman's maternal grandmother was Swedish-born Birgit Holmquist, from Trelleborg, who in 1930 modelled for a nude statue that overlooks the harbor of Smygehuk


business related

and business related to the seaport. Much of it has been the work of the influential businessman Johan Kock. Other important industries he established were ''Akzo Nobel Inks'', Today called Flint Group Sweden, manufacturing printing inks (established as ''Gleitzman Industries'' in the 1890s), and DUX, who make beds. Later in the 1950s, Perstorp (Flooring) Industries was established in Trelleborg and it manufactures flooring boards and other plastic material. Trelleborg continues to be a working-class-oriented city and is politically a traditional stronghold for the Swedish Social Democratic Party. However, since the latest elections in 2006 the Social Democratic Party is in opposition in the municipality. It is today often visited by people travelling from Sweden to Germany because of the ferries to Rostock, Sassnitz, and Lübeck - Travemünde in Germany. These ferries began sailing on May 1, 1897, with the Sassnitz line; the route to Travemünde was established in 1962, while the line to the former East German city Rostock was inaugurated after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. The ferries carry both passengers on one-day journeys, cars with vacationing families, and heavy trucks on their way through Europe. In April 1917, Lenin arrived with the ferry from Sassnitz to Trelleborg on his way from exile back to Russia to lead the Revolution (October Revolution). Today Trelleborg has the second largest seaport of Sweden, behind Gothenburg. Every year it transports more than 10 million metric tonnes of cargo. Overlooking the harbour of Smygehuk near Trelleborg is a statue of a nude woman that was installed in 1930. Uma Thurman's grandmother, the mother of Nena von Schlebrügge, was the model for this statue. Uma Thurmans mormor staty i Trelleborg, ''Sydsvenskan'', 30 July 2006. Wikipedia:Trelleborg Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Skåne_County Localities Trelleborg Commons:Category:Trelleborg


professional game

to Ellicott City (Ellicott City, Maryland), Maryland to coach the Maryland Mania, a new professional team in the second division USL A-League, following his officially announced retirement from the professional game. Clustered along the shore of The Sound, from the medieval town of Skanör in the South to Bjärred in the North, a set of villages and towns have in the latter half of the 20th century expanded to an almost continuous set of suburbs. The commuter belt


high performance

mission as the development of "high-performance solutions that seal (Seal (mechanical)), damp (Damping) and protect in demanding industrial environments." Wikipedia:Trelleborg Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Skåne_County Localities Trelleborg Commons:Category:Trelleborg


local commitment

components for rail, marine, and industrial applications). Local commitment to nurturing the upcoming cadre of British engineers includes apprenticeship schemes with local companies, and academic-industrial connections with the engineering departments at Leicester University, De Montfort University, and Loughborough University. Leicester was also home to the famous Gents' of Leicester clock manufacturers. Uma Thurman's mother, Nena von Schlebrügge, was a model born in Mexico


ancient+main

was situated on the ancient main road between Trelleborg and Helsingborg in what was to become the Danish kingdom (Denmark). The original foundation of Uppåkra is dated to the first century AD (Anno Domini), although its importance appears to have increased in the fifth century. It seems likely that the rulers of Uppåkra by then wielded influence over most or all of West Scania, i.e. the land along the Trelleborg–Helsingborg main road, known for extraordinarily fertile plains


scale strong

or medium ships of the line. The reinforcements also brought with them a new commander, the Dutch Admiral General Cornelis Tromp, one of the ablest naval tacticians of his time. The two fleets sailed north and on June 1 passed the northern tip of Öland in a strong gale (Beaufort scale). The rough winds were hard on the Swedish ships. Many lost masts and spars. The Swedes, forming a barely cohesive battle line, tried to sail ahead of Tromp's ships, hoping to get between them and the shore, thus putting themselves on the allied fleet's lee side and gaining the tactical advantage of holding the weather gage. The Dutch ships of the allied fleet, however, managed to sail closer to the wind (close hauled) and faster than the rest of the force, and slipped between the Swedes and the coast, snatching the weather gage. Later that morning the two fleets closed on each other, and were soon within firing range. Sjöblom (2003), p. 226. - Trelleborg approximately 1257 harbour at the Baltic Sea of importance already in pre-historical times. In 1619 the privilegies were withdrawn. It was again granted the title of ''stad'' in 1867 - thumb 250px Swedish Netto (File:Nettobutik i Bjärred.jpg) The Swedish part of Netto was founded in 2002 as a joint venture between Dansk Supermarked and ICA (ICA AB) called ''Netto Marknad AB''. The co-operation was granted by the European Commission in 2001. The headquarters were established in Halmstad in March and the first store was opened in Trelleborg on May 8. A week later two stores where opened in Lund. In the beginning, Netto kept their stores in the Götaland region. The fair took place from August 24 to October 9, mainly in locations between the two Scanian towns of Skanör and Falsterbo at the southern mouth of Öresund, with much of the connected industry spread out on the surrounding peninsula, but Køge, Dragør, Copenhagen, Malmö, Helsingborg, Simrishamn, Ystad and Trelleborg were also part of the Scania Market. Since the fishermen erected their trading booths and temporary shops close to the area where the herring was spawning (spawn (biology)), the exact locations of the Scania Market changed from year to year. Skånemarknaden. Terra Scaniae, 2007. In Swedish. Retrieved 27 August 2008. History Uppåkra was situated on the ancient main road between Trelleborg and Helsingborg in what was to become the Danish kingdom (Denmark). The original foundation of Uppåkra is dated to the first century AD (Anno Domini), although its importance appears to have increased in the fifth century. It seems likely that the rulers of Uppåkra by then wielded influence over most or all of West Scania, i.e. the land along the Trelleborg–Helsingborg main road, known for extraordinarily fertile plains. * Puttgarden - Rødby, Denmark, passenger trains only (1963-) * Rostock - Trelleborg, Sweden, freight only (1994-) * Sassnitz Mukran (changed in 1998 from the old Sassnitz port to the new port nearby at Mukran) - Trelleborg, Sweden, freight plus one daily passenger night-train. (1909-) * Rostock - Trelleborg, Sweden, freight only (1994-) * Sassnitz Mukran (changed in 1998 from the old Sassnitz port to the new port nearby at Mukran) - Trelleborg, Sweden, freight plus one daily passenger night-train. (1909-) * Gothenburg - Frederikshavn, Denmark (1987 -) * Trelleborg - Rostock, Germany (1996 -) * Trelleborg - Sassnitz (Mukran port), Germany, (1998-) operated by Scandlines * Trelleborg - Rostock, Germany (1996 -) * Trelleborg - Sassnitz (Mukran port), Germany, (1998-) operated by Scandlines * Stockholm - Turku, Finland (SeaRail, will end December 2011) '''Trelleborgs FF''', or simply Trelleborg, is a Swedish (Sweden) football club (Football (soccer)) located in Trelleborg. The club, formed 6 December 1926, will during the season of 2012 play in the second highest Swedish league, Superettan. Trelleborgs FF has participated 17 times in Allsvenskan and once in the UEFA-cup (UEFA Cup 1994-95) where the team eliminated Blackburn Rovers in the same season Rovers won the English Premier League. traded_as Wikipedia:Trelleborg Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Skåne_County Localities Trelleborg Commons:Category:Trelleborg

Trelleborg

'''Trelleborg''' is a locality (Urban areas in Sweden) and the seat of Trelleborg Municipality, Skåne County, Sweden, with 28,290 inhabitants in 2010. It is the southernmost town in Sweden.

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