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1721 in Sweden

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1721 in Sweden

Events from the year 1721 in Sweden

Contents

Incumbents

  • Monarch – Frederick I
  • Events

  • 15 April - A great fire in Gothenburg.
  • 25 May - The Battle of Sundsvall during the Russian Pillage of 1719-1721.
  • May to June - Hudiksvall, Härnösand, Piteå, Sundsvall, Söderhamn and Umeå are burned by the Russians during the Russian Pillage of 1719-1721, but Gävle is successfully defended.
  • - September 10 – The Treaty of Nystad is signed, ending the Great Northern War.
  • Den Gyldene Freden
  • The first theater performance is presented at the Bollhuset for fifteen years, since the theater is opened again after the war.
  • The Maria Ersdotter case.
  • Births

  • Catharina Elisabet Grubb, industrialist (died 1788)
  • Fredrik Henrik af Chapman, shipbuilder, scientist and officer (died 1808)
  • Deaths

  • Maria Ersdotter, criminal (born 1685)
  • References

    1721 in Sweden Wikipedia


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