Växjö

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;Tournament Record") In addition he also won eight Championship Series (Grand Prix Tennis Championship Series 1970-1989) titles (1983–88) the precursors to the current Masters 1000 (ATP World Tour Masters 1000). Otto Lindblad was the son of a clergyman. He grew up on the patronage in Karlstorp and attended gymnasium (gymnasium (school)) in Växjö. In 1829 he began academic studies at the University of Lund. In Lund, he formed a group with A. E. Christernin


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and J. Meurling, together with whom he played and sang a type of three part music pieces. The group became known as the "musical trefoil band". In 1836 he ended his studies and fully devoted his time to music. Two years later he formed the Lund Student Singers Association. On December 5, 1844 he presented the Royal Anthem for the first time, at a celebration for King Oscar I (Oscar I of Sweden). * '''VST''': Västerås railway station, Sweden (same code as the Stockholm


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, 20th-century author and playwright *Jonas Swensson, President of the Augustana Evangelical Lutheran Church *Håkan Syrén, a military General and Supreme Commander of the Swedish Armed Forces *Mats Wilander, tennis player with seven Grand Slam (Grand slam (tennis)) victories 1982–1988 *Björn Wirdheim, racing driver *Bullet (Bullet (bullet sweden)), hard rock band *The Ark (The Ark (band)), rock band Sports clubs The following sports clubs are located in Växjö: *Östers IF - football *Hovshaga AIF - football, floorball and tennis * Växjö BK - football *Växjö Lakers - ice hockey *Växjö Vipers - floorball *Wexiö RK - rugby *Växjö OK - orienteering References WikiPedia:Växjö Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Kronoberg_County Localities Växjö Commons:Category:Växjö


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phone tollfree fax price checkin checkout content Just north of the city centre is a small hotel which may look like something out of a horror movie. Discounts during the summer period. Go next *'''Kronoberg castle ruin''' is located a bit north of the city. It is a place with beautiful Swedish nature, tourists and a cozy but relatively expensive café. Bus number 1 goes to the castle in the summertime. The castle dates back to 14th century, and figured in both the Danish


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: weather.msn.com local.aspx?wealocations wc:34893&q V%c3%a4xj%c3%b6%2c+SWE title Weather Information for Växjö accessdate 1 January 2009 publisher World Weather Information Service language date August 2010 Notable natives thumb The Växjö Theater (File:Växjö Teater Fasad.jpg) * Mats Wilander, tennis player wit 7 Grand Slam singles titles. *Joachim Björklund, footballer *Jonas Björkman, tennis player with 50 doubles titles including Grand

, in Växjö, Sweden) is a former World No. 1 (List of ATP number 1 ranked players) tennis player from Sweden. From 1982 through 1988, he won seven Grand Slam (Grand Slam (tennis)) singles titles (three at the French Open, three at the Australian Open, and one at the US Open (US Open (tennis))), and one Grand Slam men's doubles title (at Wimbledon (The Championships, Wimbledon)). He won three of the four Grand Slam singles events in 1988 and finished that year ranked World No. 1. Although

he never won the singles title at Wimbledon, Wilander twice won the Australian Open when that tournament was still played on grass courts. This makes Wilander one of only five men (along with Jimmy Connors, Andre Agassi, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer) to have won Grand Slam singles titles on grass courts, hard courts (hard court), and clay (clay court) courts.


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content At Sandgärdsgatan for good Sushi and other Japanese dishes. * *


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and began importing the flexifuel version of its Focus (Ford Focus (International)) model, delivering the first cars in 2001, and selling more than 15,000 FFV Focus by 2005, then representing an 80% market share of the flexifuel market. alias origin Rottne, Växjö, Sweden genre Glam rock Pop rock In March 2009 he won the European Cup Winter Throwing event in Los Realejos, Tenerife, Spain


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he never won the singles title at Wimbledon, Wilander twice won the Australian Open when that tournament was still played on grass courts. This makes Wilander one of only five men (along with Jimmy Connors, Andre Agassi, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer) to have won Grand Slam singles titles on grass courts, hard courts (hard court), and clay (clay court) courts.

great_ao_champions.html accessdate 2012-02-04 publisher AustralianOpen.com He and Rafael Nadal are the only men in tennis history to have won at least two Grand Slam singles titles on each of the three surfaces. Wilander won his fourth career Grand Slam singles title at the age of 20, the youngest man in history to have achieved that feat. International Tennis Hall of Fame Profile of Mats Wilander (under "Tournament Record") In addition he also won eight Championship Series (Grand Prix Tennis Championship Series 1970-1989) titles (1983–88) the precursors to the current Masters 1000 (ATP World Tour Masters 1000). Otto Lindblad was the son of a clergyman. He grew up on the patronage in Karlstorp and attended gymnasium (gymnasium (school)) in Växjö. In 1829 he began academic studies at the University of Lund. In Lund, he formed a group with A. E. Christernin and J. Meurling, together with whom he played and sang a type of three part music pieces. The group became known as the "musical trefoil band". In 1836 he ended his studies and fully devoted his time to music. Two years later he formed the Lund Student Singers Association. On December 5, 1844 he presented the Royal Anthem for the first time, at a celebration for King Oscar I (Oscar I of Sweden). * '''VST''': Västerås railway station, Sweden (same code as the Stockholm-Västerås Airport, 6 km away) * '''VXO''': Växjö railway station, Sweden (same code as the Växjö Airport, 9 km away) Personal life and profile Born in Sandhult, Västergötland, Klüft grew up in Växjö, where her father, mother and three sisters still live. She currently lives in Karlskrona together with her husband Patrik Klüft, who is a former pole vaulter. They were married in September 2007 at Crichton Parish Church in Midlothian, Scotland. - VXO ESMX Växjö Airport (Kronoberg Airport) Växjö, Sweden ****Helsinki, Finland (''Dfb — winter somewhat drier than summer'') ****Växjö, Sweden (''Dfb — winter somewhat drier than summer'') ****Vladivostok, Russia (''Dwb'') frame left The old DICE logo (Image:EA Digital Illusions CE logo.png) DICE was founded in May 1992 in Växjö by four people: Ulf Mandorff, Olof Gustafsson, Fredrik Liliegren, Andreas Axelsson, members of the former demo group (Demogroup) ''The Silents''. WikiPedia:Växjö Dmoz:Regional Europe Sweden Kronoberg_County Localities Växjö Commons:Category:Växjö


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* Stockholm School of Economics * Rendsburg, Germany * Växjö, Sweden * Viana do Castelo (Viana do Castelo Municipality), Portugal thumb Nilsson as Ophelia, caricatured by André Gill, 1868. (Image:Gill-Nillson.jpg) Christina Nilsson was born '''Kristina Jonasdotter''' in the village of Sjöabol, near Växjö, Småland, to the peasants Jonas Nilsson and Cajsa-Stina Månsdotter. From her earliest years, she demonstrated vocal talent. She taught herself to play

on the violin and flute, and sang in the peasants' fairs in Sweden with her brother. She was discovered by a prominent civil servant when, aged 14, she was performing at a market in Ljungby (Ljungby, Sweden). He soon became her patron, enabling her to have vocal training. She was a pupil of Franz Berwald for two years. birth_date Biography and works


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, in Växjö, Sweden) is a former World No. 1 (List of ATP number 1 ranked players) tennis player from Sweden. From 1982 through 1988, he won seven Grand Slam (Grand Slam (tennis)) singles titles (three at the French Open, three at the Australian Open, and one at the US Open (US Open (tennis))), and one Grand Slam men's doubles title (at Wimbledon (The Championships, Wimbledon)). He won three of the four Grand Slam singles events in 1988 and finished that year ranked World No. 1. Although

Växjö

'''Växjö''' ( ) is a city (Urban areas in Sweden) and the seat of Växjö Municipality, Kronoberg County, Sweden, 63,479 inhabitants (2013). It is the administrative, cultural and industrial centre of Kronoberg County. Furthermore it is the episcopal see of the Diocese of Växjö. It has a population of about 64,200, out of a municipal (Municipalities of Sweden) a total of 85,000 inhabitants. The town is home to Linnaeus University.

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