Karl XII

Karl XII Den 13 december 1715 landstag Karl XII vid Skåre efter att ha färdats genom is och snö från Stralsund med brigantinen Snappopp. Till Stralsund kom Karl XII i november 1714 efter att på åtta dygn ridit 124 mil från Wien till Svenska Pommern. I ett år kämpade han för att rädda den svenska besittningen, men uppgiften blev honom övermäktig. Den 10 december övertalades han att starta sin resa till hemlandet. Kursen var satt mot Ystad men vädret var så besvärligt att landstigningen fick ske vid Skåre. Till fots gick sedan kungen och hans närmaste män in till Trelleborg. Härifrån reste han med häst och vagn till Ystad dit han anlände klockan tre på eftermiddag. Mer info: http://www.trelleborg.se/lar-kanna-trelleborg/upptack-trelleborg/visste-du-detta-om/karl-xii-/

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Taken: 12/09/2012
Uploaded: 12/09/2012
Updated: 07/07/2014


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