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Västmanlands-Dala Nation, Uppsala

 

Västmanlands-Dala Nation, Uppsala

Västmanland's-Dala Nation
Latin name Natio Westmanno-Dalecarliae
Acronym V-Dala
Formation 1639
Inspektor Johan Sundström
Members 5290
Address S:t Larsgatan 13
Box 2062
750 02 Uppsala
Sweden
Website v-dala.se

Student Nations of
Uppsala University

Västmanlands-Dala nation, mostly referred to only as V-Dala, is one of the 13 Student nations at Uppsala University in Sweden. The nation, intended for students from the provinces of Dalarna and Västmanland - these provinces making up most of the diocese of Västerås, was founded in 1639. The first Inspektor of the nation was Olof Rudbeck d.ä. appointed in 1663. The current Inspector (as of 2012) is Johan Sundström, an associate professor at the Medical Faculty of Uppsala University.

Architecture

The house of Västmanlands-Dala nation is one of three buildings, in Sweden, drawn by the world-famous Finnish architect Alvar Aalto. The house was built in 1965, and was paid for by fund-raising in Dalarna and Västmanland.

Inspektors

Västmanlands-Dala nation

External links

  • Västmanland-Dala Nation's website


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