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Crown palaces in Sweden print that page

Royal palaces ( Crown palaces ) in Sweden : The Royal Palace in Stockholm Drottningholm Palace Chinese Pavilion at Drottningholm Gripsholm Castle , Mariefred Gustav III's Pavilion Rosendal Palace Rosersberg Palace Strömsholm Palace Tullgarn Palace Ulriksdal Palace The Royal

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Monarchy of Norway print that page

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and the previous petty kingdoms which were united to form Norway; it has been united with both Sweden and Denmark for long periods. The present sovereign is King Harald V , who has reigned since 17 January 1991. The heir apparent is his only son, Crown Prince Haakon . The Crown Prince

Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark print that page

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The couple met at the Slip Inn, a pub in Sydney , when the Crown Prince was visiting Australia during the 2000 Summer Olympics . Their official engagement in 2003 and their marriage the following year were the subject of extensive attention from Australian and European news media , which

Swedish Royal Regalia print that page

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Among the oldest priceless objects are the sword of Gustav Vasa and the crown , orb, sceptre and key of King Erik XIV and numerous other sovereigns. Contents 1 Crown of Sweden and Royal Regalia 2 Crown of Queen Christina 3 Crown scepter and orb of the queen consort 4 Crown

Wedding of Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden, and Daniel Westling print that page

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The royal wedding between Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden , and Daniel Westling took place on 19 June 2010 in Stockholm Cathedral . [ 1 ] It has been described as "Europe's biggest royal wedding since the Prince of Wales married Lady Diana Spencer in 1981." [ 2 ] Westling's style

Hereditary Kingdom of Norway print that page

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traditional and modern views 2 The Hårdråde and the Sverre dynasties 3 Unions with Denmark and Sweden 4 The kingdom of Denmark–Norway 5 Emerging independence 6 The second independent Norway 6.1 Change of dynasty 6.2 Full independence 6.3 A new monarchy 7 Heir of Norway

Princess Märtha of Sweden print that page

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Princess Märtha was born in Stockholm the daughter of Prince Carl of Sweden and Princess Ingeborg of Denmark , Princess of Sweden . Following a year-long engagement, she was married to her cousin, The Crown Prince of Norway in Oslo Cathedral on 21 March 1929, and in doing so she became

Charles August, Crown Prince of Sweden print that page

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assaulted Denmark . The Danish-Norwegian part of the Napoleonic Wars is called the Gunboat War . Sweden joined forces against Denmark-Norway in 1808. Christian August was a central figure in the war, and led forces to victories in the Battle of Prestebakke and the Battle of Toverud , ousting

Gustavus, Crown Prince of Sweden print that page

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military coup and the family was forced into exile. The Gustavian party tried to get him accepted as crown prince in 1809 and 1810, but were unsuccessful. Hedwig Elizabeth Charlotte of Holstein-Gottorp was one of the leading people of the Gustavian party, often visited ex-queen Frederica

Chinese Pavilion at Drottningholm print that page

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Palace park, is a Chinese-inspired royal pavilion built in 1753. The pavilion is currently one of Sweden 's Royal Palaces . The first castle building was built as a prefab house in 1753 and was a birthday gift to Queen Lovisa Ulrika from King Adolf Fredrik on the 24 of July. The current