Sweden on the Baltic
See also:coast, chief
See also:town of the
See also:district (Ian) of
See also:Kalmar, 250 in . S . S . W. of
See also:Stockholm by
See also:rail . Pop . (1900), 12,715 . It lies opposite the
See also:island of
See also:Oland, mainly on two small islands, but partly on the mainland, where there is a pleasant
See also:park . The streets are
See also:regular, and most of the houses are of
See also:wood . The
See also:principal public edifices, however, are constructed of
See also:limestone from Oland, including the
See also:cathedral, built by Nicodemus Tessin and his son Nicodemus in the second
See also:half of the 17th century . Kalmar, a town of
See also:great antiquity, was formerly strongly fortified, and there remains the island-fortress of Kalmarnahus, dating partly from the 12th century, but mainly from the 16th and 17th . It contains the beautiful chamber of
See also:Eric XIV . See 1 .
V . 1VIushketov, Geol . Researches in the KalmykSteppe in 1884—1885 (St
See also:Petersburg, 1894, in
See also:Russian) ; Kostenkov's
See also:works (1868—187o); and other works quoted in Semenov's Geogr .
See also:Diet. and Russ . Encycl . Diet . (P . A . K.; J . T .
BENJAMIN VON KALLAY (1839—1903)
KALMUCK, or KALMYK STEPPE
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