Facts about Sweden

Governance: Constitutional monarchy Official language: Swedish Oficial minority languages: Finnish, Yiddish, Meänkieli, Romani and Sami. National Day: June 6 National anthem: “Du gamla, du fria” Currency: Swedish kronor (SEK) Population: Approximately 10,35 million (2020) Capital city: Stockholm Largest city: Stockholm (approx. 1,6 million) Highest mountain: Kebnekaise (2,106 meters) Largest lake: Vänern (5,648 km2) Members ofContinue reading “Facts about Sweden”

Reasons to visit Sweden

Sweden is, in many ways, a rich country. Not only financially, but historically, esthetically, ecologically, gastronomically and culturally. The best part? Everything is open to everyone and anyone. The north In the northern parts of Sweden you’ll find a wide range of activities to engage in. During early summer the magic of the Midnight SunContinue reading “Reasons to visit Sweden”

The Nobel Prize Awards

December 10:th is a very special date to keep in mind, since it is the anniversary of Nobel’s death. Since 1901 the Nobel Prizes has been presented on that particular date at a grand ceremony traditionally held at Stockholm City Hall. At the ceremony the Swedish king, King Carl XVI Gustaf, presents the laureates withContinue reading “The Nobel Prize Awards”