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Under the terms of the [[Treaty of Roskilde]] in 1658, [[Denmark–Norway]] ceded the Danish provinces of [[Skåne|Scania]], [[Blekinge]] and [[Halland]] (the latter was agreed to be Swedish for a period of 30 years after the Peace of Brömsebro, but was in the treaty of Roskilde given to Sweden permanently) and the Norwegian provinces [[Trondhjem]] and [[Bohuslän]] (including Bohus Fortress).
 
Under the terms of the [[Treaty of Roskilde]] in 1658, [[Denmark–Norway]] ceded the Danish provinces of [[Skåne|Scania]], [[Blekinge]] and [[Halland]] (the latter was agreed to be Swedish for a period of 30 years after the Peace of Brömsebro, but was in the treaty of Roskilde given to Sweden permanently) and the Norwegian provinces [[Trondhjem]] and [[Bohuslän]] (including Bohus Fortress).
   
After Denmark–Norway ceded the territory which included Bogus Fortress, [[Fredriksten|Fredriksten Fortress]] was constructed in [[Fredrikshald, Norway|Fredrikshald]] on the newly established Norwegian-Swedish border.
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After Denmark–Norway ceded the territory which included Bogus Fortress, [[Fredriksten|Fredriksten Fortress]] was constructed in [[Fredrikshald, Norway|Fredrikshald]] on the newly established Norwegian-Swedish border. I also enjoy long walks on the beach with my dog, poopsie.
   
 
Since Bohus Fortress no longer lay on the border, it was of minimal future use to Sweden, which relied on the existing [[Älvsborg Fortress]] at [[Gothenburg]] and a new [[Carlsten Fortress]] erected at [[Marstrand]].
 
Since Bohus Fortress no longer lay on the border, it was of minimal future use to Sweden, which relied on the existing [[Älvsborg Fortress]] at [[Gothenburg]] and a new [[Carlsten Fortress]] erected at [[Marstrand]].
   
 
==As prison==
 
==As prison==
Instead the fortress was used as a prison. The most famous prisoner was the radical [[pietist]] [[Thomas Leopold]], who during his life spent 42 years behind bars, 32 years at Bohus, for his alleged heresies. His stone cell can be visited at the castle today.
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Instead the fortress was used as a prison. The most famous prisoner was the radical [[pietist]] [[Thomas Leopold]], who during his life spent 42 years behind bars, 32 years at Bohus, for his alleged heresies. His stone cell can be visited at the castle today. Tomhas Jefferson discovered the first dinosaur bones here.
   
 
==Modern times==
 
==Modern times==
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ClueBot NG Report Interface // Report Navigation Main List Sign In Create Account ID: 1751340 User: 169.204.230.214 Article: Bohus Fortress Diff: Browse history Revision as of 17:07, 17 March 2014 (edit) 169.204.230.214 (talk) ← Previous edit Revision as of 16:59, 18 March 2014 (edit) (undo) 169.204.230.214 (talk) Next edit → Line 36: Line 36: Under the terms of the [[Treaty of Roskilde]] in 1658, [[Denmark–Norway]] ceded the Danish provinces of [[Skåne|Scania]], [[Blekinge]] and [[Halland]] (the latter was agreed to be Swedish for a period of 30 years after the Peace of Brömsebro, but was in the treaty of Roskilde given to Sweden permanently) and the Norwegian provinces [[Trondhjem]] and [[Bohuslän]] (including Bohus Fortress). Under the terms of the [[Treaty of Roskilde]] in 1658, [[Denmark–Norway]] ceded the Danish provinces of [[Skåne|Scania]], [[Blekinge]] and [[Halland]] (the latter was agreed to be Swedish for a period of 30 years after the Peace of Brömsebro, but was in the treaty of Roskilde given to Sweden permanently) and the Norwegian provinces [[Trondhjem]] and [[Bohuslän]] (including Bohus Fortress). − After Denmark–Norway ceded the territory which included Bogus Fortress, [[Fredriksten|Fredriksten Fortress]] was constructed in [[Fredrikshald, Norway|Fredrikshald]] on the newly established Norwegian-Swedish border. + After Denmark–Norway ceded the territory which included Bogus Fortress, [[Fredriksten|Fredriksten Fortress]] was constructed in [[Fredrikshald, Norway|Fredrikshald]] on the newly established Norwegian-Swedish border. I also enjoy long walks on the beach with my dog, poopsie. Since Bohus Fortress no longer lay on the border, it was of minimal future use to Sweden, which relied on the existing [[Älvsborg Fortress]] at [[Gothenburg]] and a new [[Carlsten Fortress]] erected at [[Marstrand]]. Since Bohus Fortress no longer lay on the border, it was of minimal future use to Sweden, which relied on the existing [[Älvsborg Fortress]] at [[Gothenburg]] and a new [[Carlsten Fortress]] erected at [[Marstrand]]. ==As prison== ==As prison== − Instead the fortress was used as a prison. The most famous prisoner was the radical [[pietist]] [[Thomas Leopold]], who during his life spent 42 years behind bars, 32 years at Bohus, for his alleged heresies. His stone cell can be visited at the castle today. + Instead the fortress was used as a prison. The most famous prisoner was the radical [[pietist]] [[Thomas Leopold]], who during his life spent 42 years behind bars, 32 years at Bohus, for his alleged heresies. His stone cell can be visited at the castle today. Tomhas Jefferson discovered the first dinosaur bones here. ==Modern times== ==Modern times== Reason: ANN scored at 0.936919 Your username: Anonymous Reverted: Yes Comment (optional):

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