Falkenberg

Falkenberg is a locality and the seat of Falkenberg Municipality, Halland County, Sweden, with 20,035 inhabitants in 2010 (out of a municipal total of 41,000). It is located at the mouth of river Ätran. The name consists of the Swedish words for falcon (falk) and mountain (berg). The main beach of the town, Skrea strand, was awarded a Blue Flag once again in 2007.

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History Of Falkenberg
... The history of Falkenberg is, to a smaller or larger extent, known since the late 13th century, when the town starts to appear in written sources ... Seven Years' War (1563-1570) a second town, Ny-Falkenberg (New Falkenberg) was located close to the town ...
John Of Falkenberg - Works
... Knights on the one side and Polish King Jogaila and Lithuanian Duke Vytautas on the other, Falkenberg supported the Knights, who waged a 100-year crusade against the pagan Grand ... Falkenberg concluded that it was lawful to kill the King of Poland and his associates ... In his Liber de doctrina, Falkenberg argued that "the Emperor has the right to slay even peaceful infidels simply because they are pagans (...) ...
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Saint Lawrence Church, Falkenberg
... Saint Lawrence church is located in Falkenberg old town, Sweden and probably built around 1300 ... It was the town's parish church until 1892, when it was replaced with Falkenbergs church ...
Paul Falkenberg - Works
... Falkenberg, P. 1876 "Vergleichende Untersuchungen über den Bau der Vegetationsorgane der Monocotyledonen." Ferdinand Enke, Stuttgart ...