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History of Sweden 1/2 covered by thick ice- 14000 years ago humans came to Sweden –ice was retreated The first known dwelling place -in southern Sweden(around 12,000 BC)
History of Sweden 2/2 joined the EU on January 1, 1995. In a national referendum in 2003, a majority of the country’s voters voted not to join the euro.
Location of Sweden northern Europe eastern part of the Scandinavian peninsula Border (Norway, Finland) Border (Baltic sea,north sea)
Population in Sweden Every hour 11 persons are born. 9,8 million 5,8 female 4 million male
Swedish culture Fun traditions: Eat everyday together Have party's at home Dance around fires(midsummer) Read a lot(child 150)-(adult 300) surf the internet
Interesting facts about Sweden 100.000 Swedish moose are haunted every day. 95.000 lakes are in Sweden 1 million peoples lives are saved by seatbelts every month
Life in Sweden Great and beautiful sights; At winter the snow falls ; Moutains witch you can ski on.
The most popular occupation Farmer Office(paperwork) Driving instructor Shop keeper
Swedish winters Ski on one of 200 ski resorts See the northern lights Drive your own dog sled Catch fish from frozen lakes and rivers Go snowmobiling Shop at traditional markets
Swedish cars-Volvo 1/3 Volvo means-’I roll’ in Latin. Volvo is still king of Swedish roads New car -13.400 Used -3.600 Availible on diesl and petrol,availible to convert to autogas 1927 2013
Swedish cars-saab 2/3 A Popular car Used as a family car New around 12.400 Used around 5.000 Availible on petrol,diesl and convert to autogas
Swedish cars-scania 3/3 Used as a truck Popular in ireland Scania’s have 750 hp New 34.000 Used around 13.500
Swedish food Sweden has very different food and it is all made in local area's. Very nice food too You cant get the food anywhere else then Sweden Cheese is special in Sweden
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