Stockholm [1] is the capital and largest city of Sweden, with nearly 2 million inhabitants within its vicinities. The inner city is made up of 14 islands connected by some 50 bridges on Lake Mälaren, which flows into the brackish Baltic Sea.
This is where the first ice hotel was built here in Jukkasjärvi
Here in Malmo the Turning Torso is built and still standing tall. This building is a tourist attraction and a hotel
The swedish stonehenge, Ale Stenar, was built as a viking burial monument.
The oresund bridge is located between Copenhagen and Malmo
The famous rollercoaster called Liseburg resides here in Goteburg
Lund was an important town long before there was a cathedral. Lund was the site of the Skåne Assembly (Danish: landsting) at St Liber's Hill into the Middle Ages. It was also the site of a pre-Christian religious center.
Gamla Uppsala is an ancient Swedish burial site which includes at least 300 ancient graves, most notably the three large burials known as The Royal Mounds.This is a very famous tourist attraction and has many beauties.
A picture of the Scandinavian Mountains
This is a picture of a Swedish dessert called princess cake that is eaten on holidays
This is the traditional swedish folk dance and has been practiced many times at Skansen
Hej och välkommen till Sverige or hello and welcome to Sweden
For mr sawyer Its The Swedish Chef... with meatballs!
This is how to count to ten in Swedish. FOLLOW ME! Facebook: Instagram: Twitter :
Animals like this are native to Sweden such as the lynx, bear, moose, fox and wolves
Here is Kebnekaise the tallest point in Sweden, standing at about 6,903 ft.

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