The Swedes retreated to Ratan, and the Russians followed. On 20 August, the two forces met at Ratan. It is the last battle that was concluded in Sweden. It was here that the Swedes defeated the Russians.
The King and Queen and The Crown Princess are visiting Ratan and Sävar to mark the final battle on Swedish soil, and the bicentenary of the separation of Finland from Sweden.
The way was lined with hundreds of visitors during the short walk from Tullgården to the quay.
Following this, The Queen inaugurated a tactile map of Ratan.
The disembarkation in Ratan was re-enacted to remind everyone of the historical events of 1809.
In Sävar, The King and Queen and Crown Princess were welcomed by local government commissioner Marie-Louise Rönnmark. They were also met by thousands of people. The final battle on Swedish soil was re-enacted in an attempt to recreate the battle in Sävar.
In the evening, a dinner was hosted at the governor's official residence in Umeå.