Gripsholm

Gripsholm

(grĭps-hôlm`), castle, SE Sweden, near Stockholm, on Malaren Lake. Now an art museum, it was begun in the 1380s and was reconstructed by Gustavus I in the 16th cent.
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Bra Restaurang Stockholm A little trip away from Stockholm, I also visited Gripsholm Castle since this was conveniently within the Lake Malaren area.
In 1934, Hemingway met "Blickie" when they both sailed on the Gripsholm from Africa to Europe, and the two men had talked lions, Bror's specialty.
The theatres at Drottningholm, Gripsholm, Mnichovo Hradiste, and Litomysl use a top roller for the decorated front curtains.
Gripsholm arriving in New York, New York in August 1945.
Chapter nine deals with the failure of Nomura's mission, his return to Japan in the summer of 1942 as a result of the diplomat exchange via the Gripsholm and Asama Maru, and his low-keyed activities during the remainder of the War.
At the 16th century Gripsholm Distillery, Kanon is made from 100% organic wheat sourced directly from local farmers and fermented with naturally occurring yeast.
At the 16th-century Gripsholm Distillery, Kanon is made from 100% organic wheat sourced directly from local farmers and fermented with naturally occurring yeast.
He returned to America following the 1943 Gripsholm civilian exchange.
Zenyatta's rivals include the former British-trained Gripsholm Castle, now with former handler Henry Cecil's nephew Ben in California.
In February 1943 the American prisoners were interned at Pootung Internment Camp, and in September 1943 they were exchanged for Japanese prisoners in the United States and returned home on the SS Gripsholm.
The disappointment of the race was Henry Cecil's hot favourite Gripsholm Castle, who could not pick up once the pace quickened and had to make do with fourth.