See also:historical museum, and in the courtyard a
See also:fine ornate well-cover . This stronghold stood several sieges in the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries, and the
See also:town gives name to the treaty (
See also:Kalmar Union) by which Sweden, Norway and Denmark were
See also:united into one
See also:kingdom in 1397 . Kalmar has an artificial
See also:harbour admitting vessels
See also:drawing 19 ft . There are a school of navigation, and
See also:tobacco and match factories, the produce of which, together with
See also:timber and oats, is exported .
See also:building is carried on .
KALKAS, or KHALKKAS
BENJAMIN VON KALLAY (1839—1903)
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