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What are some beliefs in Sweden?
According to the CIA World Factbook, 60.2\% of the population identify as Lutheran (i.e. the Church of Sweden), 8.5\% identify with some other religion (including Roman Catholic, Orthodox or Baptist Christianity as well as Islam, Judaism and Buddhism), while a further 31.3\% of the population do not identify or did not …
Does Sweden have a bad history?
Sweden was once a mighty empire and has had a surprisingly raucous history filled with war, revolution, and some really bad decisions. There have been so many moments in Swedish history that went horribly wrong, it’s not surprising at all that the country has settled into its current calm stability.
What is the lifestyle of Sweden?
In general, the Swedish people are very active and like to spend time with their family and friends, surrounded by lush and soothing nature.
What have you learned from moving to Sweden?
Almost two decades of living and working in Sweden have taught me some valuable lessons, insight I share with other expats moving to Sweden through my work as a relocation consultant. Here are some of the things I have learned along the way. 1. The concept of Lagom Lagom (pronounced lar-gohm) is a Swedish word meaning just the right amount.
What are some interesting facts about traditional clothing in Sweden?
The most interesting fact about traditional clothing in Sweden, except the traditional Samic costume, is that they are almost all of them made up by scholars in the late 19th century and early 20th century during a national romantic period. Many students of ethnology(folklivsforskning) traveled…
What is it like to live in Sweden?
Swedes are master planners and planning is an integral part of their way of living. Numerous successful Swedish multinationals, and transport systems that work are testimony to this. Many Swedes will be able to tell you exactly what they will be doing on any given day, three or four months ahead.