Joined the European union on November 19, 1946
Flag of Sweden
Sweden's flag was adopted on June 22, 1906, but its design is hundreds of years old. The Swedish flag is blue with a yellow Scandinavian cross. The colors are from Sweden's national coat of arms and the design is from the Danish flag.
Flag day in Sweden is celebrated every year on June 6.
Tanum- a site of centuries old rock carvings, which resemble figure drawings. The drawings date back to the Bronze Age of Europe. This site is a beautiful place to visit and is very good if you want to learn about the daily life of ancient humans.
- Sweden has 101,000 lakes
- Sweden has the highest number of nuclear plants
- Sweden ranks second in Europe in terms of technological achievement