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Embassy of Sweden, Prague


The Swedish Embassy to the Czech Republic is located on Úvoz street, in Hradčany, the castle region of Prague. It is close to the Strahov Monastery. The embassy has a great view of the rest of Prague because it is located up on the hill. You can also see Petrin Hill from the embassy.

Heads of Mission

Name Period Title Acceditation
Gerhard Löwen 1921–1932 Envoy
Knut Richard Thyberg 1931–1933 Chargé d’affaires (acting)
Joen Lagerberg 1932–1935 Chargé d’affaires
Joen Lagerberg 1935–1937 Envoy
Folke Malmar 1937–1939 Envoy
Torsten Hammarström 1945–1947 Envoy
Wilhelm Winther 1947–1950 Envoy
Sven Allard 1951–1954 Envoy Also accredited to Budapest.
Carl Olof Gisle 1954–1959 Envoy
Karl Fredrik Almqvist 1959–1962 Ambassador
Harry Bagge 1963–1969 Ambassador Also accredited to Budapest 1963-64.
Agda Rössel 1969–1953 Ambassador
Carl-George Crafoord 1973–1976 Ambassador
Marc Giron 1976–1978 Ambassador
Sigge Lilliehöök 1978–1979 Ambassador
Bengt Rösiö 1979–1981 Ambassador
Olof Skoglund 1981–1985 Ambassador
Karl-Vilhelm Wöhler 1985–1988 Ambassador
Lars-Åke Nilsson 1988–1991 Ambassador
Lennart Watz 1992–1996 Ambassador Also accredited to Bratislava 1993-96.
Ingmar Karlsson 1996-2001 Ambassador Also accredited to Bratislava.
Harald Fälth ????–2006 Ambassador
Catherine von Heidenstam 2006–2011 Ambassador
Annika Jagander 2011–present Ambassador

External links

  • Embassy of Sweden in Prague (English)
  • Embassy of Sweden in Prague (Swedish)
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