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Öland, Sweden Travel Information

According to estatelearning, Öland is an island in the Baltic Sea (Europe), which is part of Sweden. Öland is connected to mainland Sweden by a bridge. The capital of Öland is Borgholm. A number of large cities on Öland are: Färjestaden, Mörbylånga, Köpingsvik and Skogsby. Öland generally has the most hours of sunshine in Sweden. […]

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Gotland, Sweden Travel Information

According to vaoltedwatches, Gotland is an island in the Baltic Sea (Europe) and together with a number of smaller islands (including Fårö, Stora Karlsö, Lilla Karlsö and Gotska Sandön) forms the Gotland region. This region is part of Sweden. The capital of Gotland is Visby. Gotland has a long history due to its central location […]

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Sweden Travel Information

According to campingship, Sweden (Swedish: Sverige) is a country in Scandinavia (Europe) bordering Norway and Finland. In the Baltic Sea are the islands of Gotland and Öland, which are also part of Sweden. The northern part of Sweden also falls under the Lapland region. The capital of Sweden is Stockholm. A number of major cities […]

Sweden Politics

Sweden Politics, Population and Geography

General information: A powerful military power in the 17th century, Sweden did not fight for the last two hundred years and remained neutral in both world wars. The economic formula for Sweden’s continued success as a capitalist system with significant elements of social patronage has recently been discredited by high unemployment, rising cost of living, […]

Sweden Entry Requirements

Sweden Entry Requirements

Passport and visa regulations Nationalities Passport required visa required Return ticket required Germany no no no Austria no no no Switzerland no no no Other EU countries no no no Turkey Yes 1 Yes ID cards/identity cards i.a. Citizens of the following countries listed in the table above can enter with a valid identity card […]

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Sweden Literature

In the wake of the lyric theatrical and narrative production of P. Lagerkvist (1891-1974), the Nordic Baptist of all the avant-garde movements, and, up to the last, tenaciously industrious (Ahasverus död, “The death of Ahasuerus”, 1960 ; Pilgrim påhavet, “Pilgrim over the sea”, 1962; Det heliga landet, “Holy Land”, 1964; Mariamne, 1967), the so-called “modernism” of the forties […]