Subscription (Auto-renewal) may be turned off by going to the user's i Tunes Account Settings after purchase.No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period.The archives also contain maps, plans and drawings.relevant publications holdings concerning the Baltic Sea Types of archives and archival material: * Diplomatica collection (records from the period 1523 – 1809). * collection of treaties between Sweden and foreign states (Traktatsamlingen).Time tables and maps are available through the local public transport company.holdings, mission, structure The Swedish National Archives is one of the oldest government institutions in Sweden, dating back to the Middle Ages and the 16th century.Its field of activities was initially restricted to the Royal Chancellery, but starting in the 19th century the National Archives gradually became more involved with the formation of archives in other central and local state authorities.It did however not become an independent government authority until 1878.
the National Archives, as a separate office within the Royal Chancellery.According to its present instructions, the Swedish National Archives is charged with the supervision of all public archives in Sweden.The National Archives exerts influence in all areas of archival processing at central government authorities, and through the Regional Archives it also acts at the regional and local levels.The overall objectives of the Archives administration are to provide the public with the means of accessing public records, to secure information for judicial and administrative purposes, and to provide documentation for purposes of research.
The National Archives keeps the records of the Swedish Parliament, of the Government and the Ministries, and of the central government authorities and their predecessors.
Riksarkivet visiting addresses Fyrverkarbacken 13-17Marieberg Stockholm Sweden Mätslingan 17 Arninge Sweden postal address P. Box 125 41102 29 Stockholm Sweden telephone 46.(0)8.737 63 50 fax 46.(0)8.737 64 74 [email protected] website contact Mr Örjan Romefors tel: 46.(0)8.737 63 70e-mail: [email protected] hours Marieberg:reference desk: Mon-Fri 9.00-12.00, 13.00-16.00reading rooms: Mon-Wed 8.15-19.00, Thu-Fri 8.15-16.15, Sat 9.00-13.30 in summer (from 1 June to 31 August) Mon-Fri 8.15-16.15, Sat closedcopy service: Mon-Fri 10.00-12.00, 13.00-15.00Arninge:reference desk and reading rooms: Mon 9.00-19.30, Tue-Fri 9.00-16.00, Sat 9.00-13.00 in summer (from 1 June to 31 August) Mon-Fri 9.00-16.00, Sat closed copy service: Mon-Fri 10.00-12.00, 13.00-15.00 access The reading rooms of the National Archives are open to the general public, and documents can be ordered free of charge.