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Denmark–Norway - WikipediaThis article is about the former union. For modern bilateral relations, see Denmark–Norway relations. Denmark–NorwayDanmark–Norge1524–15331537–1814 Royal Standard of Denmark (1731–1819) Coat of arms(1699–1814) Motto: Fromhed styrker rigerne ("Piety strengthens the realms")[1] Used from 1588–1648Anthems: Kong Christian stod ved højen mast"King Christian stood by the lofty mast" Used from 1780–1814 (Denmark) Norges Skaal"Norway’s Toast" Used from 1782–1814 (Norway)Map of Denmark–Norway, c. 1780Status Personal union (1524–1533) Dual monarchy (Real union) (1537–1814)[2] CapitalCopenhagen (Denmark) Oslo (Norway)Common languagesOfficial: Danish, German, Renaissance LatinAlso spoken: Norwegian, Icelandic, Faroese, Sami languages, Greenlandic, North FrisianReligion 1524–1533 Catholic 1537–1814 LutheranDemonym(s)Dano-NorwegianGovernmentMonarchy Denmark:Elective monarchy (1524–1660)Hereditary absolute monarchy (1660–1814)Norway:Elective monarchy (1524–1537)(de facto) Hereditary monarchy (1537–1814)(de facto) Absolute monarchy (from 1661)King • 1524–1533 Frederick I• 1537–1559 Christian III (first)• 1588–1648 Christian IV (longest)• 1648–1670 Frederick III• 1808–1814a Frederick VI (last)Legislature Riksråd and Herredag 1537-1660 Norwegian Government commission 1807–1810[3] Historical eraEarly modern Europe• Gustav Vasa elected King of Sweden 6 June 1523• Kalmar Union collapsed 1537• Norwegian riksråd abolished 1537• Treaty of Brömsebro 13 August 1645• Treaty of Roskilde 26 February 1658• Danish rigsråd abolished 14 October 1660• Lex Regia confirms absolutism 14 November 1665• Treaty of Kiel 14 January 1814• Congress of Vienna September 1814 – June 1815Area18002, 655, 567 km2 (1, 025, 320 sq mi)Population• 1645b 1, 315, 000• 1801c 1, 859, 000Currency Danish rigsdaler (1625–1814) Norwegian rigsdaler (1625–1814) Preceded by Succeeded by Kalmar Union The Danish Whole State Sweden–Norway Norway County of Larvik (1814–1817)[4] Today part of Denmark Iceland Germany a: Frederick VI was regent for his father, so ruled as de facto king from 14 April 1784; he continued to rule Denmark after the Treaty of Kiel until his death on 3 December 1839. When things had settled down, the Rigsraad (High Council) of Denmark became weak, and it was abolished in 1660; the Norwegian Riksråd had already been abolished de facto (the Norwegian Riksråd was assembled for the last time in 1537). In 1537, king Christian III of Denmark–Norway staged a coup d'état in Norway and made it a hereditary kingdom in a real union with Denmark. Norway kept its separate laws and some institutions, such as a royal chancellor, and separate coinage and army. Maternal Deaths, a Brief Report of a Study Made in 15 States United States. Children's Bureau · 1933 · ‎Mortality... Denmark . England and Wales Estonia . France Irish Free State . Italy . Netherlands New Zealand Northern Ireland . Norway live . course apparent but on the ... This colony was one of the longest-lived of Denmark, until it was sold to the United States in 1917. It became the U. S. Virgin Islands. West Africa[edit] In the Gold Coast region of West Africa, Denmark–Norway also over time had control over various colonies and forts. The last remaining forts were sold to the United Kingdom in 1850. History[edit] Origins of the Union[edit] The Carta marina, an early map of the Nordic countries, made around the end of the Kalmar Union and the start of Denmark–Norway The three kingdoms Denmark, Norway and Sweden united in the Kalmar Union in 1397. Sweden broke out of this union and re-entered it several times, until 1521, when Sweden finally left the Union, leaving Denmark–Norway (including overseas possessions in the North Atlantic and the island of Saaremaa in modern Estonia). Denmark and Norway, sometimes referred to as the "Twin Realms" (Tvillingerigerne) of Denmark–Norway, had separate legal codes and currencies, and mostly separate governing institutions. Following the introduction of absolutism in 1660, the centralisation of government meant a concentration of institutions in Copenhagen. Centralisation was supported in many parts of Norway, where the two-year attempt by Sweden to control Trøndelag had met strong local resistance and resulted in a complete failure for the Swedes and a devastation of the province. This allowed Norway to further secure itself militarily for the future through closer ties with the capital Copenhagen. Margaret I was ruler of Norway from her son's death in 1387 until her own death in 1412. Denmark, Norway, and Sweden established and formed the Kalmar Union in 1397. Following Sweden's departure in 1523, the union was effectively dissolved. From 1536/1537, Denmark and Norway formed a personal union that would eventually develop into the 1660 integrated state called Denmark–Norway by modern historians, at the time sometimes referred to as the "Twin Kingdoms". Prior to 1660, Denmark–Norway was de jure a constitutional and elective monarchy in which the King's power was somewhat limited; in that year it became one of the most stringent absolute monarchies in Europe. The Dano-Norwegian union lasted until 1814, [9] when the Treaty of Kiel decreed that Norway (except for the Faroe Islands, Iceland, and Greenland) be ceded to Sweden. WATCH LIVE: Norway vs. Denmark Blue Jays forced to pivot to other free agents after missing out on Ohtani · MLB off-season rumours blog: Royals seeking pitching · Why Stephen A. believes ... Norway Denmark live score, video stream and H2H results Norway Denmark live score (and video online live stream) starts on 6 Dec 2023 at 09:00 UTC time in World Championship, Women, Playoffs, International. Denmark W️ V/s Norway W LIVE STREAM - Handball Stream Denmark W️ V/s Norway W LIVE STREAM - Handball [blky5k] from 0ooooipp5 | Listen online for free on SoundCloud.


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