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Sverige

constitutional monarchy in Northern Europe

Sweden is a constitutional monarchy in Scandinavia. The capital is Stockholm. Other important towns include Gothenburg, Malmö, Uppsala, Linköping and Västerås. Sweden is Europe's fifth largest country by area and has a population of ten million.

Sweden 
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constitutional monarchy in Northern Europe
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Instance ofsovereign state,
country
LocationUnion between Sweden and Norway, Sweden
Capital
Basic form of government
  • constitutional monarchy
  • representative democracy
Legislative body
Executive body
Highest judicial authority
Official language
Anthem
Currency
Head of state
Head of government
Has part
Population
  • 10,161,797 (May 2017)
  • 7,484,656 (1960)
  • 7,519,998 (1961)
  • 7,561,588 (1962)
  • 7,604,328 (1963)
  • 7,661,354 (1964)
  • 7,733,853 (1965)
  • 7,807,797 (1966)
  • 7,867,931 (1967)
  • 7,912,273 (1968)
  • 7,968,072 (1969)
  • 8,042,801 (1970)
  • 8,098,334 (1971)
  • 8,122,300 (1972)
  • 8,136,312 (1973)
  • 8,159,955 (1974)
  • 8,192,437 (1975)
  • 8,222,286 (1976)
  • 8,251,540 (1977)
  • 8,275,599 (1978)
  • 8,293,678 (1979)
  • 8,310,531 (1980)
  • 8,320,503 (1981)
  • 8,325,263 (1982)
  • 8,329,033 (1983)
  • 8,336,605 (1984)
  • 8,350,386 (1985)
  • 8,369,829 (1986)
  • 8,397,804 (1987)
  • 8,436,489 (1988)
  • 8,492,964 (1989)
  • 8,558,835 (1990)
  • 8,617,375 (1991)
  • 8,668,067 (1992)
  • 8,718,561 (1993)
  • 8,780,745 (1994)
  • 8,826,939 (1995)
  • 8,840,998 (1996)
  • 8,846,062 (1997)
  • 8,850,974 (1998)
  • 8,857,874 (1999)
  • 8,872,109 (2000)
  • 8,895,960 (2001)
  • 8,924,958 (2002)
  • 8,958,229 (2003)
  • 8,993,531 (2004)
  • 9,029,572 (2005)
  • 9,080,505 (2006)
  • 9,148,092 (2007)
  • 9,219,637 (2008)
  • 9,298,515 (2009)
  • 9,378,126 (2010)
  • 9,449,213 (2011)
  • 9,519,374 (2012)
  • 9,600,379 (2013)
  • 9,804,082 (31 July 2015)
  • 1,780,678 (1750)
  • 2,020,847 (1775)
  • 2,347,303 (1800)
  • 2,771,252 (1825)
  • 3,482,541 (1850)
  • 4,383,291 (1875)
  • 5,136,441 (1900)
  • 6,053,562 (1925)
  • 7,041,829 (1950)
  • 10,000,000 (20 January 2017)
  • 9,954,420 (30 September 2016)
  • 10,053,061 (30 June 2017)
  • 10,120,242 (31 December 2017)
  • 9,747,355 (31 December 2014)
  • 10,171,524 (30 June 2018)
Area
  • 450,295 ±1 square kilometre
Top-level Internet domain
  • .se
official website
Authority control
VIAF ID: 159364209
GND ID: 4077258-5
OSM relation ID: 52822
Wikidata

61° 00′ 00″ N, 15° 00′ 00″ E

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Contents

SymbolerEdit

Historiska flaggorEdit

ByggnaderEdit

Fort, borgar och slottEdit

KyrkorEdit

Deutsch: Die 3.500 Kirchen in Schweden gehören zu 13 Diözesen, die alle eine Kathedrale (Dom) haben. Siehe Kategorie: Kirchen der Kirche von Schweden
English: There are around 3,500 churches in Sweden, ordered in 13 diocese, each with a cathedral. See Swedish churches, on the documentation project.
Svenska: Sverige har 13 stift. Alla har en domkyrka.

JärnvägstationerEdit

Se: Järnvägsstationer i Sverige
See: Train stations in Sweden

TeatrarEdit

 
Drottningholm Slottsteater

Drottningholm Slottsteater är en av Sveriges mest kända teatrar.
One of the most famous theatres in Sweden is the theatre at the Drottningholm Royal Palace.

Kända svenskarEdit

Swedish authors of worldwide recognition include Emanuel Swedenborg, August Strindberg, Selma Lagerlöf, Vilhelm Moberg, Astrid Lindgren, Jenny Nilsson and Jörgen Dunder.

Some notable inventors and scientists are Alfred Nobel, Anders Celsius, Carl Wilhelm Scheele, John Ericsson, Lars Magnus Ericsson and Carolus Linnaeus (Carl von Linné).

Swedish painters include Carl Larsson and Anders Zorn.

SpårvagnarEdit

Deutsch: Straßenbahnen gibt es in Norrköping, Göteborg und (Teilen von) Stockholm
English: Trams or streetcars are in use in the cities Norrköping, Göteborg and (part of) Stockholm.
Svenska: Spårvagnar trafikerar Norrköping, Göteborg och (delar av) Stockholm.

Se: Svenska spårvagnar See: Swedish trams

TågEdit

KartorEdit

Se: Kartor över Sverige

KulturEdit