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  1. Cristián IV fue rey de Dinamarca y de Noruega, hijo de Federico II y de Sofía de Mecklemburgo-Güstrow. Es uno de los principales héroes militares de su país, alcanzando gran popularidad tanto en vida como en la posteridad. Destacó por su carácter resuelto, impetuoso y ambicioso, características que resultarían trágicas para su reino. Participó en dos guerras contra Suecia y en la Guerra de los Treinta Años, con resultados negativos. Impulsó reformas administrativas y militares ...

  2. Cristián IV, nado en Hillerød o 12 de abril de 1577 e finado en Copenhague o 28 de febreiro de 1648, foi rei de Dinamarca e de Noruega (1588-1648), fillo de Frederico II e de Sofía de Mecklemburgo-Güstrow . Foi un dos principais heroes militares do seu país, alcanzando gran popularidade tanto en vida como na posteridade.

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    Christian IV was King of Denmark and Norway and Duke of Holstein and Schleswig from 1588 until his death in 1648. His reign of 59 years, 330 days is the longest of Danish monarchs and Scandinavian monarchies. A member of the House of Oldenburg, Christian began his personal rule of Denmark in 1596 at the age of 19. He is remembered as one of the mos...

    Christian was born at Frederiksborg Castle in Denmark on 12 April 1577 as the third child and eldest son of King Frederick II of Denmark–Norway and Sofie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. He was descended, through his mother's side, from king John of Denmark, and was thus the first ...

    At the death of his father on 4 April 1588, Christian was just 10 years old. He succeeded to the throne, but as he was still under-age a regency council was set up to serve as the trustees of the royal power while Christian was still growing up. It was led by chancellor Niels Kaa

    Christian continued his studies at Sorø Academy where he had a reputation as a headstrong and talented student. In 1595, the Council of the Realm decided that Christian would soon be old enough to assume personal control of the reins of government. On 17 August 1596, at the ...

    Christian took an interest in many and varied matters, including a series of domestic reforms and improving Danish national armaments. New fortresses were constructed under the direction of Dutch engineers. The Royal Dano-Norwegian Navy, which in 1596 had consisted of but twenty-

    His sister Anne had married King James VI of Scotland, who succeeded to the English throne in 1603. To foster friendly relations between the two kingdoms, Christian paid a state visit to England in 1606. The visit was generally judged to be a success, although the heavy drinking

    Despite Christian's many efforts, the new economic projects did not return a profit. He looked abroad for new income. Christian IV's Expeditions to Greenland involved a series of voyages in the years 1605–1607 to Greenland and to Arctic waterways in order to locate the ...

    Christian was reckoned a typical renaissance king, and excelled in hiring musicians and artists from all over Europe. Many English musicians were employed by him at several times, among them William Brade, John Bull and John Dowland. Dowland accompanied the king on his tours, and as he was employed in 1603, rumour has it he was in Norway as well. C...

    Christian IV is renowned for his many city foundations, and is most likely the Nordic head of state that can be accredited for the highest number of new cities in his realm. These towns/cities are: 1. Christianopel, now Kristianopel in Sweden. Founded in 1599 in the then Danish territory of Blekinge as a garrison town near the then Danish-Swedish b...

    When Christian was crowned king, Denmark-Norway held a supremacy over the Baltic Sea, which was lost to Sweden during the years of his reign. Nevertheless, Christian was one of the few kings from the House of Oldenburg that achieved a lasting legacy of popularity with both the Danish and Norwegian people. As such, he featured in the Danish national...

  3. Cristián IV(12 d'abril de 1577, Castillo de Frederiksborg (es) – 28 de febreru[[(Xulianu)]], Castillo de Rosenborg (es)) foi rei de Dinamarcay de Noruega(1588-1648), fíu de Federico II y de Sofía de Mecklemburgu-Güstrow. Ye unu de los principales héroes militares del so país, algamando gran popularidá tantu en vida como na posteridá.

  4. Cristián IV fue rey de Dinamarca y de Noruega, hijo de Federico II y de Sofía de Mecklemburgo-Güstrow. Es uno de los principales héroes militares de su país, alcanzando gran popularidad tanto en vida como en la posteridad. Destacó por su carácter resuelto, impetuoso y ambicioso, características que resultarían trágicas para su reino.

  5. Cristián IV de Dinamarca. Cristián IV ( Hillerød, 12 de abril de 1577 - Copenhague, 28 de febrero de 1648) fue rey de Dinamarca y de Noruega (1588-1648), hijo de Federico II y de Sofía de Mecklemburgo-Güstrow. Es uno de los principales héroes militares de su país, alcanzando gran popularidad tanto en vida como en la posteridad.

  6. Christian IV (12 de abril de 1577 - 28 de febrero de 1648) fue rey de Dinamarca y Noruega y duque de Holstein y Schleswig de 1588 a 1648. Su reinado de 59 años y 330 días es el más largo de los monarcas daneses y de todas las monarquías escandinavas. Christian, miembro de la Casa de Oldenburg, comenzó su gobierno personal de Dinamarca en 1596 a la edad de 19 años.