Uppsala

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County Category:University towns in Sweden Category:18th-century fires Young life Anders Celsius was born in Uppsala, Sweden on 27 November 1701. His family originated from Ovanåker in the province of Hälsingland. The family name is a Latin version of the name of the vicarage (Högen). Anders was raised a Lutheran. Tings (Thing (assembly)) were huge open air events, which required plenty of space. The more important ting that king Olof talked about was probably


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on the response to the single the band worked with MNW Zone to release their self-titled debut album in 1995. Independent success lead to signing with Earache Records which re-released the album throughout Europe. His son, Peter Gullin, (12 April 1959, Milan, Italy – 7 October 2003, Uppsala, Sweden) was also a baritone saxophonist and composer. The elder Gullin’s composition "Peter of April" was dedicated to him. The classic tune "Danny's Dream"


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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


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to Gizmondo in order to stop an investigation into the matter. The Gizmondo company itself denied knowing anything about Eriksson's past. '''Heidenstamskolan''' is a school in the Löten area of Uppsala, Sweden. The school has special Natural Science (NO) classes. WikiPedia:Uppsala Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Uppsala_County Localities Uppsala Commons:Category:Uppsala


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final. He was appointed professor of logistics at the recently reopened, and now Lutheran focused, Uppsala University. In 1598 he re-transferred himself to the professorship in astronomy. Released November 10, 1998 Recorded Dug-Out, Uppsala, Sweden Genre Extreme metal, progressive metal, avant-garde metal Released July 25, 1995 Recorded Feb, 1995 Soundfront Studios, Uppsala, Sweden Genre Extreme metal

, progressive metal, avant-garde metal '''Stop E4 West - Culture Party''' (in Swedish (Swedish language): ''Stoppa E4 väst - Kulturpartiet''), a political party in Uppsala län, Sweden. ''Stoppa E4 väst'' was founded as a single-issue party in 1994, as a reaction to the plans to expand the E4 motorway (European route E4) from Uppsala to Gävle. Ahead of the 1998 elections it had renamed itself ''Stoppa E4 väst - Kulturpartiet'', and started higlighting other


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a ''Stammtisch'' ("regular's table") in order to socialise, drink and sing together. They tend to be organised on linguistic lines. One of them is still engaged in dueling, while the other Corporations in Fribourg already rejected this tradition at the time they were founded, amongst others for religious reasons. Membership has often been considered advantageous for those wishing to pursue a career in business, politics or law. Most of Fribourg's student corporations belong to the formerly


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scientist. Lagercrantz, preface. x :A story concerns how its collection grew so large: by decree of Ptolemy III of Egypt, all visitors to the city were required to surrender any form of written media in any language in their possession which were listed under the heading "books of the ships". These writings were then swiftly copied by official scribes. Sometimes the copies were so precise that the originals were put into the library and the copies were delivered to the unsuspecting previous owners. This process also helped to create a reservoir of books in the relatively new city. :The phrase is used in reverse as ἰατρεῖον ψυχῆς as a motto for Carolina Rediviva, a university library in Uppsala, and is echoed in the motto of the American Philological Association, "ψυχῆς ἰατρὸς τὰ γράμματα" ("literature is the soul's physician"). Dag Hammarskjöld was born in Jönköping, Sweden, but spent most of his childhood in Uppsala. The fourth and youngest son of Hjalmar Hammarskjöld, Prime Minister of Sweden from 1914 to 1917, and Agnes Hammarskjöld (née Almquist), Hammarskjöld's ancestors served the Monarchy of Sweden since the 17th century. He studied first at Katedralskolan (Katedralskolan, Uppsala) and then at Uppsala University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Laws and a Master's degree in Political economy. During this time he served for a year as the first Curator at Uplands Nation (Uplands nation) later moving to Stockholm. death_date 8 April 1936 death_place Uppsala, Sweden nationality Austro-Hungarian (Austria-Hungary) Sweden DATE OF DEATH 8 April 1936 PLACE OF DEATH Uppsala, Sweden Learning that Helgi and Yrsa lived happily together, queen Oluf travelled to Denmark to tell her daughter the truth. Yrsa was shocked and although Helgi wanted their relationship to remain as it was, Yrsa insisted on leaving him to live alone. She was later taken by the Swedish king Aðils (Eadgils) as his queen, which made Helgi even more unhappy. Helgi went to Uppsala to fetch her, but was killed by Aðils in battle. In Lejre, he was succeeded by his son Hrólfr. thumb 350px right Gamla Uppsala is an area rich in archaeological remains: seen from the Grave (burial) grave (Image:Gamla uppsala.jpg) field whose larger mound (tumulus)s (left part) are close to the royal mounds. The building beyond the mounds is the church and to its right is the low Ting (Thing (assembly))-mound and then the museum. '''Gamla Uppsala''' ("Old Uppsala") is a parish and a village outside Uppsala in Sweden. It had 16,231 inhabitants in 1991. * 1696—St. John's, Newfoundland (St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador) and 35 other settlements burned by French forces under Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville * 1702—Uppsala, Sweden, large parts of the city devastated and the cathedral (Uppsala Cathedral) and Uppsala Castle severely damaged. * 1728—Copenhagen Fire of 1728, two-fifths of the city burned down during three days. 3,650 families became homeless. ''Ubsola'' speculations ''Upsalum'', or ''Ubsola'', was the main cult center of pagan (paganism) (heathen) Ása-faith in ancient Scandinavia and Sweden. The ancient Upsalum was described by Adam of Bremen in the 11th century, and by Snorri Sturluson in the 13th century. It is generally considered to correspond to modern day Uppsala, with its location on Uppsala's old location – Old Uppsala, in east Sweden, the habitat of the ancient tribe called Suiones (Swedes). The Västgöta school however claim that the original site for the temple (Temple at Uppsala) was located in West Sweden, in the habitat of the ancient Geats (''Götar''), the tribe which came to name ''Västergötland''. Sweden In Sweden, toplessness is not illegal. However, private or public establishments are permitted to establish dress codes which may require women to wear tops, and deny access or remove individuals who breach these standards. In September 2007, "Bara Bröst" (a pun meaning both "Just Breasts" and "Bare Breasts") appeared to promote topless equality in these semi-public facilities. The group staged several events in public swim baths in September and October 2007, starting in Uppsala from which they were evicted several times, before succeeding in Sundsvall. WikiPedia:Uppsala Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Uppsala_County Localities Uppsala Commons:Category:Uppsala


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), London (United Kingdom) and Cape Town (South Africa). None of these specimens are properly documented. '''Uppsala University Library''' ( WikiPedia:Uppsala Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Uppsala_County Localities Uppsala Commons:Category:Uppsala


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instead. Sture was arrested on May 22, the following day Eric murdered him in his cell (Sture Murders). Following the murder, Persson managed to convince a council of the nobility, who were unaware of Sture's murder, that those who had been arrested were traitors and that the death penalty was therefore justified; the assent of the nobility meant that the murder and the executions were legal. background group_or_band origin Uppsala, Sweden genre

progressive psytrance, ambient (Ambient music), Psybient '''Vibrasphere''' is a progressive psytrance music duo from Uppsala, Sweden. Its founding members were Rickard Berglöf and Robert Elster.


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Biography Scheele was born in Stralsund, Western Pomerania, Germany (at the time under Swedish rule). Instead of becoming a merchant like his father, Scheele decided to become a pharmacist. His career as a pharmacist began with his apprenticeship at an apothecary in Gothenburg when he was only fourteen years old. He retained this position for eight years before becoming an apothecary's clerk in Malmö. Then Scheele worked as a pharmacist in Stockholm, from 1770-1775 in Uppsala, and later in Köping (Köping, Sweden). Dextran

asserts that the æsir (Áss) settled in what is now Sweden and built various temples. Snorri writes that Odin settled in Lake Logrin (Mälaren), "at a place which formerly was called Sigtúnir (Fornsigtuna). There he erected a large temple and made sacrifices according to the custom of the Æsir. He took possession of the land as far as he called it Sigtúnir. He gave dwelling places to the temple priests." Further, Snorri writes that, after this, Njörðr dwelt in Nóatún

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.

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