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1863 in Sweden

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1863 in Sweden

Events from the year 1863 in Sweden

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Incumbents

  • Monarch – Charles XV
  • Events

  • 1863–1864: Rudberg and Gillis Bildt develop a city plan for Stockholm. Albert Lindhagen is appointed head of a commission to examine the plan the following year, only to produce a plan of his own in 1866. The plan, published in 1867, results in no actions.
  • - Inauguration of Berns Salonger in Stockholm.
  • - Foundation of Skandinaviska Banken.
  • - Alfred Nobel invents dynamite.
  • - Foundation of the Alfred Berg company.
  • - The Risbergska skolan is founded.
  • - Danviken Hospital is closed.
  • - The Post- and telegraph professions are opened to women.
  • 7 August - Johanna Hedén becomes the first licensed female surgeon by passing her exam as feldsher.
  • Births

  • 15 December – Axel Danielsson, socialist agitator and journalist (died 1899)
  • 11 March - Amanda Christensen, business person (died 1928)
  • References

    1863 in Sweden Wikipedia


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