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Noriyuki Haga print that page

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and won the championship with Yamaha in 1997. During his stint with Yamaha in Japanese Superbike, Haga was chosen to represent Yamaha in the 1996 Suzuka 8 Hours endurance race. He teamed up with Yamaha's World Superbike rider Colin Edwards and won the race. [ edit ] World Superbike Before

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Haga From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search Haga is a surname and place name common to Norway, Sweden and Japan. Haga may refer to: Contents 1 People 2 Fictional 3 Places 3.1 Japan 3.2 Norway 3.3 Sweden 4 Other [ edit

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The Haga Church is an 1859 church located in Gothenburg , Sweden . Construction of the church began in 1856 and was finished in 1859. The church and also the pulpit was designed by architect Adolf W. Edelsvärd . [ edit ] Organs and organists The first organ was installed in 1861 by

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and his son and successor King Gustav IV Adolf instead started building a more modest palace in Haga outside Enskede. The King turned to relatively young architect Carl Christoffer Gjörwell with the aim to build a modern house in Italian villa style. Gjörwell had been employed at Haga since

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royal household. At the time Gustav III had plans to build a very large palace just 300m from Haga Tradgard but eventually due to lack of available finance the palace was never built. The Haga Tradgard gardens were indeed established and provided the royal household with many different local

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Carl Christoffer Gjörwell print that page

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the main building of the Royal Academy of Turku , the Old Academy Building in Turku and the Haga Palace . Persondata Name Gjorwell, Carl Christoffer Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1766 Place of birth Date of death 1837 Place of death

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consecutive occasions. [ 1 ] He worked as a farmer. [ 1 ] [ edit ] References ^ a b Hans Jensen Haga — Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD) This article about a Norwegian politician born in the 1840s is a stub . You can help Wikipedia by expanding it . v   •

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Marcelius Haga print that page

Notodden [ 1 ] (today a part of Telemark University College ). Settling in Nes, Buskerud , Marcelius Haga served as mayor from 1919 to 1934. From 1928 to 1931 he was also the chairman of Buskerud county council . He also served as a deputy representative for the Liberal Party to the Norwegian

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The earliest recorded owner of the Haga property was the Swedish noble, Sten Bengtsson (Bielke) . He built a stone building on the property. His son Ture Stensson (Bielke) apparently moved from that site to where Haga 's main building now stands. Up until the 1660s, Haga remained a medieval

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of Composers and Lyricists and TONO . He died in 1985. [ 3 ] [ edit ] References ^ "Arild Haga " . MIC Norway . http://www.ballade.no/symfoni/kontakt.nsf/pub_e/per2006010511242033620965 . Retrieved 16 July 2009 .   ^ Jan Eggum, Bård Ose, Siren Steen, ed (2005). Haga , Arild" (in

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