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The dog of Mickey Mouse is named Pluto. As for the previous planet, Pluto was counted the ninth planet in our solar system for a long time. Changed definitions in 2006, however, downgraded it to a dwarf planet.
Being a well preserved 17th century ship, Wasa or Vasa is a tourist attraction with its own museum. The ship's name is the same as the name of the royal dynasty then in power. But where can we find this ship and its museum?
We can find Vasa in Stockholm, Sweden. Actually, this ship was a terrible failure; in 1628, it sank after about 20 minutes of its maiden voyage. It was salvaged in 1961, remarkably intact, and is the only well preserved 17th century ship in the world, according to information from the Vasa Museum.
“The first warlord who took Moscow from the West is less known. It was Swedish Military Commander Jacob Pontusson De la Gardie, who conquered Moscow in 1610. In 1611, during the so-called Time of Troubles in Russia, he managed to get the son of King Charles IX of Sweden appointed to Tsar. The son soon inherited the Swedish throne as Gustav II Adolf, also known as Gustavus Adolphus, and his brother Carl Filip took his place as the nominal Tsar.
Despite De la Gardie’s arrangements and frequent requests that the new Tsar of the Swedish House of Vasa should come and take his throne, the interest in this in Sweden was very limited. Carl Filip never came to Russia, much due to his mother, the dowager queen, whose favourite son he was. She didn’t want to let him leave. That is one of the explanations offered – a plausible one indeed. But whatever the reason might have been, the matter was delayed until the Russian supporters lost interest and chose Mikhail Romanov as the new Tsar. A remarkable negligence by the power-conscious House of Vasa, who already held the throne in Sweden (including Finland and most of the Baltic area), and by another branch the one in Poland, and whose Swedish branch with Gustavus Adolphus would cross Europe with his armies and threaten the Holy Roman Empire. Indeed, Gustavus Adolphus, a devoted Protestant, wanted to create a Northern Protestant Empire as a counterweight to the staunchly Roman Catholic Holy Roman Empire.”
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir and Shiraz... what are these examples of?
They are examples of different grapes, used in the production of wine. @fantagira answered that they are “examples of wine”, which is very close but not strictly right, since there are many wines made from the same sort of grape.