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St. Gallen

St. Gallen ranks 868th in number of biographies on Pantheon, behind Princeton, New Jersey, Wuhan, and South Shields. Memorable people born in St. Gallen include Carl Jung, Emil Jannings, and Emil Abderhalden. Memorable people who died in St. Gallen include Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden, Infante Jaime, Duke of Segovia, and Saint Gall. St. Gallen has been the birth place of many soccer players and psychologists and the death place of many politicians and writers. St. Gallen is located in Switzerland.

St. Gallen or traditionally St Gall, in German sometimes Sankt Gallen is a Swiss town and the capital of the canton of St. Gallen. It evolved from the hermitage of Saint Gall, founded in the 7th century. Today, it is a large urban agglomeration and represents the center of eastern Switzerland. Its economy consists mainly of the service sector. The town is home of the University of St. Gallen, one of the best business schools in Europe. Read more on Wikipedia

Between 1862 and 1990, St. Gallen was the birth place of 9 globally memorable people, including Carl Jung, Emil Jannings, and Emil Abderhalden. Additionaly, 6 globally memorable people have passed away in St. Gallen including Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden, Infante Jaime, Duke of Segovia, and Saint Gall.

People Born in St. Gallen

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People Deceased in St. Gallen

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Most individuals born in present day St. Gallen were soccer players (3), psychologists (1), actors (1), chemists (1), and politicians (1),  while most who died were politicians (2), writers (2), businesspeople (1), and soccer players (1).

Below is a visual represetation of the lifespans of the top 4 globally memorable people born in St. Gallen since 1700.