Stockholm in Stockholm County, Södermanland Province, Sweden — Northern Europe (Scandinavia)
Carl Jonas Love Almquist
föddes år 1793 Carl Jonas Love Almqvist
Nuvarande byggnad från 1905
In 1793, at this location in a house built around 1740, Carl Jonas Love Almqvist was born. Current building from 1905.
Location. 59° 20.254′ N, 18° 3.447′ E. Marker is in Stockholm, Södermanland Province, in Stockholm County. Marker is on Drottninggatan just south of Kammakargatan, on the left when traveling north. Touch for map. Marker is at or near this postal address: Drottninggatan 77, Stockholm, Södermanland Province, Sweden.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. August Strindberg (about 120 meters away, measured in a direct line); Jenny Nyström (about 120 meters away); Första Cirkusföreställningen i Sverige / The First Circus in Sweden (about 180 meters away); A Park and Gardens (about 180 meters away); LO-Huset / LO Building (approx. 0.2 kilometers away); Warodellska Huset / The Warodell House (approx. 0.3 kilometers away); F D Stockholms Högskola / Stockholm University (approx. 0.4 kilometers away); Konserthuset / The Concert Hall (approx. 0.4 kilometers away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Stockholm.
Also see . . . Carl Jonas Love Almqvist (Wikipedia). "Carl Jonas Love Ludvig Almqvist (28 November 1793 in Stockholm, Sweden – 26 September 1866 in Bremen, Germany), was a romantic poet, early feminist, realist, composer, social critic, and traveller....He wrote many books and poems. Some dealt with his radical views on society and politics; in his novel Drottningens juvelsmycke, his main character, Tintomara, is neither male nor female, and arouses both men and women to fall in love, and in his novel Det går an (It is acceptable), a woman lives with a man without being married to him. These books caused the church and state to condemn him and call him a dangerous revolutionary. However, he still maintained influence with his writings, and he is counted as one of the foremost Swedish social reformers of the 19th century." (Submitted on July 16, 2017.)
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