|Covid-19|Monarch – Gustavus Adolphus
August 4 – Thirty Years' War: With the help of Danish and Swedish reinforcements, Stralsund is able to resist Wallenstein's siege until the landing of a Danish army, led by Christian IV of Denmark, forces Wallenstein to raise the siege and move his army to confront the new threat.
August 10 – The Swedish 64 gun sailing ship Vasa sinks on her maiden voyage in the Stockholm harbor.
- Foundation of the Lantmäteriet.
- The Livrustkammaren is founded.
- The King ban all pilgrimages to the visionary Margareta i Kumla.
Christian Thum appointed director of the royal court theater.
- David Klöcker Ehrenstrahl, painter (died 1698)
- Märta Allertz, royal lover (died after 1677)
- Gustaf Düben, organist and composer (died 1690)
- Amalia von Hatzfeld, countess, governor of Raseborg (born 1560)
1628 in Sweden Wikipedia
Events from the year 1628 in Sweden