of his working life working for the European Space Agency in Darmstadt, Germany. WikiPedia:Uppsala Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Uppsala_County Localities Uppsala Commons:Category:Uppsala
'''Roine Stolt''' (born on September 5, 1956 in Uppsala) is a Swedish (Sweden) guitarist, vocalist and composer. A major figure in Sweden's rock history, guitarist singer composer Roine Stolt led two of his country's most successful progressive rock bands: Kaipa in the 1970s and The Flower Kings in the 1990s onward. His distinctive guitar style combined David Gilmour's debonair mid-tempo, Steve Howe's sharp edges, and Frank Zappa's virtuosity. His vision
and zoologist. He met his future wife Maud Bjorklund in 1950, and moved to Uppsala in Sweden. He was Curator of Marine Invertebrates at the Swedish Museum of Natural History in Stockholm for a brief time. thumb A page of the Codex Argenteus (File:Wulfila_bibel.jpg) The '''Codex Argenteus''', "Silver Book", is a 6th century manuscript, originally containing bishop Ulfilas's 4th century translation of the Bible into the Gothic language. Of the original 336 folios, 188—including the Speyer fragment discovered in 1970—have been preserved, containing the translation of the greater part of the four gospels. A part of it is on permanent display at the Carolina Rediviva library in Uppsala, Sweden. Bruce M. Metzger, ''The Early Versions of the New Testament'', Oxford University Press 1977, p. 378. Haakon was pulled into his fathers strife with and within Sweden, where a conflict centering on Haakon's brother, Eric Magnusson. With Eric as a gathering point, several powerful nobles helped him conduct a rebellion against his father. Father and son made their peace the year after, but the situation changed dramatically when Eric suddenly died in 1359. King Magnus was subsequently deposed and with accordance to the agreements of 1357, Haakon was elected king and was hailed in Uppsala 15 February 1362. From 1357 he styled himself as "Fyrste of Sweden" (English (English language): ''Prince of Sweden'')(German (German language): ''Fürst von Schweden''), and later he would style himself as "King of Norway and Sweden". The son of Axel Oxenstierna, he was born in Stockholm. He completed his studies at Uppsala in 1631, and was sent by his father on a grand tour through France, the Netherlands and Great Britain. He served under his brother-in-law Count Gustav Horn af Björneborg (Gustav Horn, Count of Pori) in the Thirty Years' War from 1632, and was subsequently employed by his father in various diplomatic missions, though his instructions were always so precise and minute that he was little more than the executor of the Chancellor's wishes. He was one of the commissioners who signed the truce of 1635 with Poland (Armistice of Stuhmsdorf or Treaty of Sztumska Wieś), and in 1639, much against his father's will, was made a Privy Councillor (Privy Council of Sweden). Upplands Väsby is located in between Stockholm and the large airport Arlanda, and the main line railroad goes through the municipality. It is now an important link to the new "Upptåget", enabling change between "Upptåget", a new train service going north to Arlanda, Uppsala, and all the way to Gävle, and Stockholm commuter rail. The purpose of the academy was to focus on practically useful knowledge, and to publish in Swedish (Swedish language) in order to widely disseminate the academy's findings. The academy was intended to be different from the Royal Society of Sciences in Uppsala, which had been founded in 1719 and published in Latin (Latin language). The location close to the commercial activities in Sweden's capital (which unlike Uppsala did not have a university at this time) was also intentional. The academy was modeled after the Royal Society of London and Academie Royale des Sciences in Paris, France, which some of the founding members were familiar with. Western Jackdaws are highly gregarious (wikt:gregarious) and are generally seen in small to large flocks, though males and females pair-bond for life and pairs stay together within flocks. WikiPedia:Uppsala Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Uppsala_County Localities Uppsala Commons:Category:Uppsala
* Upsala Nya Tidning – Newspaper for Uppsala city and county * Uppsalatidningen – Free local newspaper * Upplands Lokaltrafik – operator of local public transport * Ärna – Uppsala airport * Area code 018 (+46 18) * Disting * Upsala College – Former private college in East Orange (East Orange, New Jersey), New Jersey, US, founded in 1893 * Battle of Fýrisvellir * Uppsala Central Station * Uppsala Konsert & Kongress * Lund * Easter Riots
for their original (heathen) faith. Adalhard had succeeded in destroying the idols in Västergötland, but was yet unable to persuade Stenkil to destroy the ancient Temple of Uppsala. Academia Gustaviana The ''Academia
91-86902-17-2 '''Carl, Count''' (or '''Greve''') '''Piper''' (July 29, 1647, Stockholm - May 29, 1716, Schlüsselburg) was a Swedish (Sweden) statesman. He entered the foreign office after completing his academical course at Uppsala, accompanied Benedict Oxenstjerna on his embassage to Russia in 1673, and attracted the attention of Charles XI (Charles XI of Sweden) during the Scanian War by his extraordinary energy and ability. Life Until
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and director on numerous film and television projects since 1994. In an artistic way that is entirely his own, birth_place Uppsala, Sweden birthname Thomas Lennart Bodström DATE OF BIRTH 9 April 1962 PLACE OF BIRTH Uppsala
Hobbies, 2009. ISBN 978-91-7243-015-0. The J 26s were replaced by De Havilland Vampires around 1950. The S 26s were replaced by S 29Cs (SAAB Tunnan) in the early 1950s. In 2007, by government initiative, the Swedish National Agency for Higher Education employed an international expert committee to find and award the top five highest quality education areas among List of universities in Sweden all universities and colleges
Allmusic accessdate 2011-03-06 Early life Tessin was born on May 23, 1654, as the only child of Nicodemus Tessin the Elder, son of the mayor of Stralsund, and Maria Svan, daughter of the mayor of Västerås. He showed artistic talents at an early age and was given an education in Mathematics and language at Uppsala, where he must have been influenced by Olaus Rudbeck who was at the time highly engaged in the scientific basis of architecture and botany. thumb 250px The Fyris river in winter (February 2010) as seen from a bridge over it (Image:FyrisRiverInWinter.jpg) '''Fyrisån''' (in English, 'the Fyris river') is a river in the Swedish province (Provinces of Sweden) of Uppland, which passes through the city of Uppsala and ends in Lake Mälaren (Mälaren). * 1990, Antonio Feltrinelli International Prize for History in Rome * Honorary degrees awarded by the universities of Uppsala and Toulouse. History In 2001 several members of national organisations for young researchers met at a conference in Uppsala organized by Sweden in the course of the Swedish presidency of the Council of the European Union. They recognised the urgent need to establish a European-wide organisation for young researchers and took the occasion to initiate a network of national organisations. Following these efforts, Eurodoc was founded in Girona in Spain on 2 February 2002. Finally Eurodoc was legally established in 2005 in Brussels as an international non-profit organisation. WikiPedia:Uppsala Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Uppsala_County Localities Uppsala Commons:Category:Uppsala
thumb 150px right Coat of arms (File:Uppsala vapen.svg) '''Uppsala''' ( ; older spelling ''Upsala'') is the capital of Uppsala County and the fourth largest city (Cities of Sweden) of Sweden, after Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö. It had 140,454 inhabitants in 2010.
Located north of the capital Stockholm, it is also the seat of the Uppsala Municipality. Since 1164, Uppsala has been the ecclesiastical centre of Sweden, being the seat of the Archbishop (Archbishop of Uppsala) of the Church of Sweden. Founded in 1477, Uppsala University is the oldest centre of higher education in Scandinavia.