What to see in Sweden

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Vasa Vasa is the name of the ship, which sank, and lay at the bottom of the sea 333 years, after which he was raised on the land. Vasa was built in 1628, he was the only ship in the…

Sweden – some interesting places

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TANUMSHEDE. The Bronze Age rock carvings, no/Iristningarat vitlycke, 2.5 km south. Thls is on the west coast north of Gathenburg. Some 30,000 carvings in this area, Scandlmvla’s greatest concentration of such carvings. Now a Unesccl World Herltage listed site. Images…

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Some Significant Swedes

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Swedish Vikings in England! Amongst the Danish Vikings who took part In the ralds on England and then traded and settled as farmers in the east and south of England were some from what is now Sweden. The evidence for…

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The real Sweden

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– not false stereotypes. Many British people have some false ideas and legends about Sweden such as: It’s an expensive country. It is if you go to drink beerl It‘s not true in other ways as the E has a…