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Transcript of Sweden
Government and Economics
Type of Government: A constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary democracy form of government and a highly developed economy.
Head of State/Government: The head of the government is Fredrick Reinfeldt. The head of state is Carl Xvigustaf of Sweden.
Major Industries: Motor Vehicles, Telecommunications, Industrial Machines, Precision Equipment, and Iron and steel production.
Major Crops: Wheat, Rapeseed, and Sugar Beats are major crops in Southern Sweden. Barley and oak are common in Northern Sweden.
Arable land %: 5.8%
Monetary Unit: The Swedish Krona
Purchasing Power Per Capita GDP: $41,900 estimated in 2012.
Sweden Physical Map
Physical Map of Sweden
Kalla claims the first Swedish Olympic Silver Medal in the Sochi Olympics on Saturday. The skiathlon is a combination of 7.5 km classic style immediately followed by 7.5 km freestyle skating, with the competitors rapidly changing skis for the different styles in a changeover area during the race. Kalla screamed with delight as she crossed the line to take silver in the women's skiathlon, coming in behind Norwegian superstar Marit Bjørgen who won her record fourth title.
Human Environment Interaction
The example of a Human-Environment Interaction for Sweden is that during the last Ice Age, a lot of Sweden was covered with ice. When the ice melted (6,000 BC) it left in its wake a jagged coastline with many islands, and innumerable lakes, rivers and steams. That made new places to visit.
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People of Sweden
Flag of Sweden
Other People Information
Sweden is 173,860 square miles
The Kjolen Mountains
Population 9.517 Million, this was in 2012.
Percent of Sweden that is urban: 84%
Ethic Groups: Swedish, Finn & Sami, Yugoslav, Iranian, and Other.
Major Languages: Swedish, English, Sami, Finnish, and Yiddish
Religions: Evangelical Lutheran; Roman Catholic; Pentecostal; and others
Traditional Dress: Swedes want clothes that fit their lifestyle, daytime or evening – good-looking and cool, without being too conspicuous. This has proven to be a recipe for international success, as Swedish fashion is becoming renowned for its functionality, quality and price.
The Kjoen Mountains
The Vanern Lake
The biggest lake in the EU and Sweden
Sweden is very diverse in their land features compared to other countries.
It can be divided into three regions which are Norrland, Svealand, and Götaland.
The Lule River
The Angerman River
Capital of Sweden: Stockholm (59.3294° N, 18.0686° E)
Sweden is next to: Norway and Finland
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