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  1. 25 mar 2024 · Margaret I was the regent of Denmark (from 1375), of Norway (from 1380), and of Sweden (from 1389), who, by diplomacy and war, pursued dynastic policies that led to the Kalmar Union (1397), which united Denmark, Norway, and Sweden until 1523 and Denmark and Norway until 1814. The daughter of King.

  2. 2 giorni fa · The House of Oldenburg is an ancient dynasty of German origin whose members rule or have ruled in Denmark, Iceland, Greece, Norway, Russia, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Livonia, Schleswig, Holstein, and Oldenburg. The current King of the United Kingdom and King of Norway are agnatic members of this house, meanwhile the King of Spain and King of ...

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    2 giorni fa · After Sweden broke out of the Kalmar Union in 1521, Norway tried to follow suit, [citation needed] but the subsequent rebellion was defeated, and Norway remained in a union with Denmark until 1814. This period was by some referred to as the "400-Year Night", since all of the kingdom's intellectual and administrative power was centred in Copenhagen .

  4. 3 giorni fa · Eric II of Pomerania-Stolp, grand-grandchild of Danish king Valdemar IV in contrast became king of the Kalmar Union in 1397. Eric however failed in his most ambitious plan, to make Bogislaw IX of Pomerania-Stolp king of both the Kalmar Union and the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.

  5. 29 mar 2024 · Danimarca, Svezia e Norvegia formarono nel 1397 lUnione di Kalmar. Durante il XVI secolo una forte carestia a causa di inverni molto freddi causarono numerosi morti, bloccando i commerci. Nel 1636 per 7 mesi consecutivi il vulcano Hekla erutta, poi ancora nel 1693, 1660 e nel 1755 il Katla .

  6. 2 apr 2024 · Che cosa ha fatto per noi l’Europa: l’allargamento per promuovere pace e stabilità. di Daniele Castellani Perelli. Dopo anni di stallo l’Unione sta accelerando nel processo di inclusione ...

  7. 3 giorni fa · I livelli di adesione più contenuti si registrano in Trentino-Alto Adige, Liguria, Basilicata, Friuli-Venezia Giulia ed Umbria, regioni in cui meno del 10% dei comuni è membro di un’unione. Mediamente per ciascuna unione si contano 5 comuni, tuttavia esistono 62 unioni composte soltanto da due comuni, inoltre si contano 18 unioni alle quali aderiscono più di 10 amministrazioni comunali.