Röntgen helsingborg

röntgen helsingborg

of southern Sweden, although its winters are very mild for a location at such a high latitude. External links edit w:sv:Wikipedia:KML/Helsingborg KML is from Wikidata. Its situation on a conflict-ridden border caused problems for Helsingborg. 5 This was one of the main sources of income for the Danish Crown. 2, the city is also Sweden's closest point. The northern narrow inlet to Øresund with its relatively high coastlines made an impression on many mariners, and when Kronborg was rebuilt from a fortress to a palace during the Renaissance, the area became famous. Evidence of this is William Shakespeare 's Hamlet, which unfolds at Kronborg; the titular Prince of Denmark may well have hidden himself from his uncle in Helsingborg. To do that, select the language you would like to translate into in the list below. Cookie Use and, data Transfer outside the. 6 On Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte, Marshal of France and crown prince-elect of Sweden (later king Charles XIV John) took his first step on Swedish soil in Helsingborg on his journey from Paris to Stockholm. 1, helsingborg is the centre of the northern part of western.

Denmark recaptured Scania twice, but could not hold. From 1429 Eric of Pomerania introduced the Øresundstolden (the Sound Dues a levy on all trading vessels passing through the sound between Elsinore and Helsingborg. By using Twitters services you agree to our. At that time the town had a population of barely 1,000 people. "Statistics from Weather Stations" (in Swedish). As of 2014 more than 70 car ferries departures from each harbour every day. State of Vermont Alexander Kaanikli, football player Karl Kruszelnicki, scientist (Dr Karl) Henrik Larsson, football player Hampus Lindholm, ice hockey player Johan Liiva, musician Andreas Lilja, ice hockey player Mikael Lundberg, golfer Mats Magnusson, football player Gunnar Nilsson, formula 1 racer Roland Nilsson, football player. You can help by adding.

Retrieved 27 February 2016. The era of the Renaissance helped the Kingdom of Denmark, but towards the middle of the 17th century, the situation worsened. The streets vary from wide avenues to small alley-ways. The Battle of Helsingborg was fought on the 28th of February just outside the city, which was badly affected. Three ferry companies take people and cargo to and from Denmark around the clock. The last Danish attempt to regain Scania was in 1710, when 14,000 men landed on the shores near Helsingborg. From 1892 a train ferry was put in service, connecting Helsingborg with its Danish sister city Helsingør.