My Sweden Discovery
A European country with fun stuff to learn
The capital is Stockholm. The flag is blue with a golden yellow cross extending to the edges of the flag. The vertical part of the cross is shifted to the hoist side in the style of the Dannenberg (Danish flag). The colors reflect Swedish coat of arms - three gold crowns on a blue field. The location is Northern Europe bordering, the Baltic Sea, Gulf of Bothnia, and Skagerrak, between Finland and Norway. Major landforms is the Craapolion Mountain. Major landmarks is in Denmark their was a specific harbor in the coastline. It was a fishing dock. The fishermen could smuggle the Jews out of Denmark and into Sweden in a matter of hours. Major bodies of water is, Vattern, Gota River, Dal River, Ristafallet Waterfall, and Tannforsen Waterfall. In terms of employment, around 74% of people aged 15 to 64 in Sweden have a paid job
Sweden has a constitutional monarchy. The leader is Gustav Eriksson Vasa. He was chosen by: Established separation of the Swedish Crown from the Kalmar Union of Norway, Denmark, and Sweden. Sweden has a rich nation. For money they use Kroner and Swedish Crowns. Their main import is major trading partners, motor vehicles, wood products, paper, and pulp. Their life expectancy at birth is: 80.63%. Male life at birth: 78.93%. Female life at birth:83%. Their literacy rate is, Libya: 82.6, male Libya: 92.4, and female Libya: 72. Drinking water source: Water, soda, juice (doesn't have protein). Milk is a source of protein in drink form. Swedish add protein powder to milk. Sweden's tradition & modern fashion is a coffee- break- get- together fashion. 86% of Swedish speak English. The traditional holidays in Sweden is Christmas, Easter, Epiphany, Ascension Day, Pentecost, and All Saints Day. The main religion is Jewish, Islam, and Christian. Pizza is most popular in Sweden.