Swedish architecture is very historical. People have found old Swedish palaces, castles, and churches. Malmo’s Turning Torso, made by Santiago Calatrava, is the world’s first twisting skyscraper and Scandinavia’s tallest tower, it is 190 meters high. Swedish architecture varies from historical, middle aged designs all the way to modern styles. Castles, cathedrals, and other Renaissance styled buildings can be commonly found.
Weather and Climate. Sweden enjoys a generally temparate climate, thanks to the Gulf Stream. Above the Arctic Circle, winter can be crisp and invigorating. In the south, winter is generally mild with an average of temperature above 0C/32F degrees, but temperatures can vary mainly in different parts of the country. This time of year the weather is very old and it snows and rains some days and is no snow other days.Today in Sweden the Weather is 1°which is low .
The food In Sweden is Meatballs which is a blend of meats and spices .Some people also put raw eggs on their Swedish meatballs. Some people There is also brown sauce which is served with potatoes , meatballs and lingonberry jam. In Sweden they also serve Pea soup with chopped up pork and more spices .There is also Blodpudding which isn't really your average puddding it is black sausage made of pig blood..eww gross right! Semla is a cream filled pastry filled with cream eaten on Fat Tuesday. Rabarberpaj is a cake or pie with vanilla sauce and fresh fruits a really popular desert in Sweden.
The biggest city and capitol of not only Sweden, but of Scandinavia is Stockholm. Stockholm is found on the coast of the countries third largest lake; Malaren. It also has amazing cultural museums, such as the Vasa Museum.
Sweden is the 55th largest country in the world, 4th largest country in Europe, and the largest country in Northern Europe. Sweden has 25 provinces. In the north of Sweden you may be able to see the Northern Lights. The official language of Sweden is Swedish.
The King of Sweden is Carl XVI Gustaf. The Prime Minister is Stephan Lofven. On January 1, 1995 Sweden joined the European Union, but they declined the Eurozone and NATO membership. On February 28, 1986, the prime minister of Sweden, Olof Palme was assassinated in Stockholm when he was walking home from the movie theater.
In Sweden, art is really popular. some art goes all the way back to 7000 BC, and they are still here today. They are called petroglyphs, and they are carvings in rock. Famous Swedish artists are: Johan Tobias Sergel ,Carl Milles, Anders Zorn, Carl Larsson and Carl Eldh. They are some of the most famous artists in Sweden. some Swedish artists