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Kustaa Vaasa – Wikipedia

Gustav Vasa tomb - Gustav I of Sweden - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Valdemar Atterdag - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi

Valdemar IV of Denmark - Son of Christopher II and Euphemia of Pomerania. He succeeded his father as King.

Catherine the Jagiellonian in prison in Gripsholm Castle, Józef Simmler

Józef Simmler (Polish, “Catherine Jagiellon and her son Sigismund in Gripsholm prison”,

Gustavo I Vasa (1496-1560), Rei da Suécia

Portrait made by Jacob Binck, belonging to Uppsala University's art collection.(Picture from Wikipedia) Swedish history of the 1500 and

Kaarle IX – Wikipedia

Kaarle IX – Wikipedia

Republic of Kugelmugel, a ball-shaped house built by artist (and Kugelmugel President) Edwin Lipburger. Unfortunately, the border’s closed; you won't get past the barbed wire fence.

Republic of Kugelmugel, a ball-shaped house built by artist (and Kugelmugel President) Edwin Lipburger. you won't get past the barbed wire fence.

Jaakko Ilkka (ooppera) – Wikipedia

Jaakko Ilkka (ooppera) – Wikipedia

Kaarle IX –Kaarle IX (ruots. Karl IX, 4. 10. 1550 – 30. 10 1611) oli Ruotsin kuningas 1604–1611. Hän oli yksi kuningas Kustaa Vaasan pojista.Kaarlesta on käytetty myös nimitystä Kaarle-herttua viitattaessa tapahtumiin ennen hänen kuninkuuttaan.

The motto of Charles IX was IEHOVAH SOLATIUM MEUM, which we can still read on his statue in Göteborg. The English translation is: “Jehovah comforts me”.

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