From 1624 to 1925, Norway's capital, Oslo, was named Christiania or Kristania in his honour, because he had organised its rebuilding following the great fire.
Christian IV in Ruled BritanniaEdit
Christian IV granted asylum to Anthony Bacon and Bacon's young lover Tom in 1598, as they fled England one step ahead of the Spanish. Upon learning this, Lope de Vega announced that there was something rotten in the state of Denmark if the supposed "Christian" king allowed refuge to a "proven sodomite".
- Christian IV at the Eric Flint Wiki
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