Artur Immanuel Hazelius

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Artur Immanuel Hazelius (Stockholm, November 30, 1833 – May 27, 1901) was a Swedish philologist.

He was the son of Johan August Hazelius famous politician and military officer Swedish. Artur became famous for founding the island of Djurgården in the capital of Sweden (Stockholm) in 1891, the Skansen, the first open-air museums and the zoo in Sweden.

He studied at the University of Uppsala. Sofia Grafström married Elisabeth, the daughter of Anders Abraham Grafström a poet. The couple had one son, Gunnar Hazelius (1874-1905) keeper of the museum after their father.

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