Sweden

By Tristen Bruckner

  • Currency- 1 krona is 18 cents in US
  • Costs of things- Resturant 18:00 Krona, Water 15.36 Krona
  • Continent- Europe
  • Imports- $163.3 Billion
  • Exports- $178.5 Billion
  • Electricity- hydropower and nuclear power
  • National Anthem- Thou ancient, thou free, thou mountainous north Thou quiet, thou joyful [and] fair!I greet thee, most beautiful land upon earth,/:Thy sun, Thy sky, Thy meadows green.:/Thou art enthroned upon memories of great olden days,When honoured thy name flew across the earth,I know that thou art and wilt remain what thou wast,/:Yes, I want to live, I want to die in the North.:/
  • Religions- Lutheran Christianity is the largest religion in Sweden, with 65.9% of the Swedish citizens being the members of the Church of Sweden.
  • Languages- Swedish traditional language
  • Best times to travel to country- Sweden's climate is hard to classify because temperatures, influenced by the Gulf Stream
  • They vary considerably from the fields of Sk√•ne to the Arctic Circle wilderness of Lapland.
  • Passport and where to get them-
  • The passports are issued by the Swedish Police and applications are filed at police stations equipped with a passport terminal for taking photographs and fingerprints.
  • Visa- Child 6-12= 35 euros Child 0-5= No fee
  • Natural Hazards- The vulnerability of society in the face of natural disasters is
  • Expected to increase as a result of climate change, population increase, and urbanisation.
  • Full country name- Sweden
  • Area compared to US-
  • have 55.37% less chance of dying in infancy
  • experience 48.89% less of a class divide
  • consume 38.32% less oil
  • have 26.68% less babies
  • spend 52.94% less money on health care
  • make 20.69% less money
  • use 18.73% more electricity
  • live 2.73 years longer
  • Type of government-
    Hereditary Monarchy
    Unitary state
    Representative democracy
    Constitutional monarchy
    Parliamentary system
  • Time- 10 for Sweden 3 for us
  • Food- Historically, in the far North, meats such as reindeer, and other (semi-) game dishes were eaten, some of which have their roots in the Same culture, while fresh vegetables have played a larger role in the South.
  • Climate- Sweden has a much milder climate than most other regions of the world that lie as far north.
  • Life- Sweden people live longer than usual
  • Area compared to US- have 55.37% less chance of dying in infancy
  • experience 48.89% less of a class divide
  • consume 38.32% less oil
  • have 26.68% less babies
  • spend 52.94% less money on health care
  • make 20.69% less money
  • use 18.73% more electricity
  • live 2.73 years longer
  • Type of government-
  • Hereditary Monarchy
  • Unitary state
  • Representative democracy
  • Constitutional monarchy
  • Parliamentary system
  • Time- 10 for Sweden 3 for us
  • Food- Historically, in the far North, meats such as reindeer, and other (semi-) game dishes were eaten, some of which have their roots in the Same culture, while fresh vegetables have played a larger role in the South.
  • Climate- Sweden has a much milder climate than most other regions of the world that lie as far north.
  • Life- Sweden people live longer than usual

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