Hedemora, anno 1715, copperengraving, Dahlbergh

Hedemora, anno 1715, copperengraving, Dahlbergh
Hedemora, anno 1715, copperengraving, Dahlbergh "Hedemora" Kupferstich von Erik Reitz (ca 1660-1696) bei Erik Jonsson Graf von Dahlbergh (1625 -1703), Stockholm, 1693-1715 Blattgröße: ca. 16,5 x 40,5 cm aus dem Werk von Erik Jönsson von Dahlbergh: "Suecia antiqua et hodierna" - 3 Tle in 1 Band - vgl. British Arch. Library 772 (ausführl. zur Entstehungsgeschichte). Millard Coll. 16. Ornamentstich-Slg. Berlin 2256. Lipperheide Haa 3. Collijn 1600-talet Sp. 197. Warmholtz 207. - - gebräunt, fleckig, beschnitten - Hedemora is a town in Dalarna County and the seat of Hedemora Municipality, Sweden, with 7,273 inhabitants in 2010.[1] Despite its small population, Hedemora is for historical reasons normally still referred to as a city, and as such the oldest in the county.[citation needed] Jonas Nilsson comes from Hedemora, as well as Kerstin Thorborg, Martin Matsbo, Bertil Norman and Ulf Stenlund. The diesel engines from Hedemora Diesel can be found in many ships built by Kockums, such as HSwMS Orion, the Collins class submarines in the Royal Australian Navy Submarine Service and the Archer class submarines in the Republic of Singapore Navy. History Hedemora around 1700, in the work Suecia antiqua et hodierna. The town Hedemora was chartered in 1446, which means it is the oldest and only medieval town in Dalarna.[citation needed] In 1754 and 1849 the town was severely hit by fire. The fire in 1754 destroyed 90 out of the 110 house lots in the town, including all the grain storages. However, the massive destruction made it possible to modernize the town structure, with straighter blocks and streets.
Hedemora, anno 1715, copperengraving, Dahlbergh by Dahlbergh Erik, 1625-1703
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