Karl Johans gade ("Charles John Street") is the main street in Oslo, Norway, a long and wide avenue in the middle of the capital city. The sign reads below the street name as follows: "☆ 1763 ✝ 1844 Norsk-svensk unionskonge 1818-44" ("☆ 1763 ✝ 1844 King of the Norwegian-Swedish Union 1818-44"). It is named after the French-born Charles III John of Norway (Charles XIV John of Sweden), who became king of both countries during that period.
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