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Halmstad (swe)

Sweden

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Halmstad ranks 740th in number of biographies on Pantheon, behind Lowell, Massachusetts, Perm, and Ribeirão Preto. Memorable people born in Halmstad include Johannes Rydberg, Bengt I. Samuelsson, and Carl Bildt. Memorable people who died in Halmstad include Philip Johan von Strahlenberg. Halmstad has been the birth place of many musicians and soccer players and the death place of many explorers. Halmstad is located in Sweden.

Halmstad is a port, university, industrial and recreational city at the mouth of the Nissan river, in the province of Halland on the Swedish west coast. Halmstad is the seat of Halmstad Municipality and the capital of Halland County. The city had a population of 70,480 in 2019, out of a municipal total of over 100,000. Halmstad is Sweden's 19th-largest city by population and located about midway between Gothenburg and Malmö. Timber framing architecture is common. Read more on Wikipedia

Between 1854 and 1989, Halmstad was the birth place of 15 globally memorable people, including Johannes Rydberg, Bengt I. Samuelsson, and Carl Bildt. Additionaly, 1 globally memorable people have passed away in Halmstad including Philip Johan von Strahlenberg.

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Most individuals born in present day Halmstad were musicians (3), soccer players (2), physicists (1), chemists (1), and politicians (1),  while most who died were explorers (1).

Over the past 100 years, musicians have been the top profession of globally memorable people born in Halmstad, including Per Gessle, Michael Amott, and Christopher Amott. Whereas, throughout history, musicians have been the profession with the most memorable people born in present day Halmstad, including Per Gessle, Michael Amott, and Christopher Amott.

Below is a visual represetation of the lifespans of the top 2 globally memorable people born in Halmstad since 1700.