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Celebrating Easter in Sweden

Once the supermarkets have emptied out the Christmas leftovers, it doesn’t take long until the Easter sweets move into the shelves. Påsk, as Easter is called in Swedish, is coming up soon – so let’s see how the Swedes celebrate Easter and what traditions we can find. Even though Easter has its roots in religion … Continue reading “Celebrating Easter in Sweden”

What’s typically Swedish?

Köttbullar, nature, IKEA and the royal family. This is what comes to your mind when thinking about Sweden? Then you should definitely come and see yourself, that Sweden is much more than that! But what is more out of the cliché-box and what is actually typically Swedish?   Cinnamon vs Cardamom You can hear Swedes … Continue reading “What’s typically Swedish?”

A day in Skansen

Skansen is the world’s oldest open-air museum, situated on Djurgarden in Stockholm. The museum was first opened in 1891 and has been attracting visitors from all over the world. Skansen shows Sweden’s history, houses and farmsteads as well as animals living in Sweden. The open-air museum is 300,000 m² large, so you have a lot … Continue reading “A day in Skansen”