Along with Norway
Finland Denmark and Iceland, Sweden is also a Scandinavian country. Like
them, it too has a history of fearsome Vikings who travelled all over the
world who fought people wherever they went! Today, Sweden is very different,
and is best known as the country who gave the world the pop group Abba,
Volvo cars and the furniture shop Ikea!
Well, it’s certainly very beautiful, full of
forests and lakes. It also reaches so far north that one sixth of it is in
the Arctic Circle. This means that most people live in the south of the
country; this can still be very cold, especially in the winter.
Because it is so far north, Sweden has very
different seasons to the ones we are used to. As well as sunshine, rain and
snow, the Swedes have days and nights that vary enormously in length at
different times of the year. This affects the way Swedes live, and can be
very surprising to visitors!
Sweden’s not that far away from Britain, and just
like us they go to school, enjoy their food, play sport and try to have as
much fun as possible.
Sweden is located in the northern part of Europe on the Scandinavian
Peninsula between the mountains in the north and the seas to the south. The
Scandinavian Mountains in the north form the border between Norway and
Sweden. Sweden has a lot of space with almost...........
The climate of Sweden has many
faces of weather.It enjoys
mostly a temperate climate despite its northern latitude mainly because of
the Gulf Stream.Stockholmis
warmer and milder, while in the mountains of northern Sweden a sub-Arctic
The Swedish people are very conscious of their lifestyle; they do not like
to be too showy, they love to share and they live in moderation. Swedes are
very conscious of how their life style affects people around them as well as
the environment. A concept Swedes live by isLogom,
which means “just enough”...........
The Swedes were merchant seamen well known for
their far-reaching trade during the seventh and eighth centuries. In the
ninth century, Nordic Vikings raided and ravaged the European Continent as
far as the Black and Caspian Seas. During the 11th and 12th centuries,...........