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our sweden project

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Transcript of our sweden project

OUR SWEDEN PROJECT
The Most Interesting Place In The World
oh, by the way Sweden is right here
FROM FOOD
TO CULTURES
TO CLOTHES
FIRST STOP SWEDISH TRADITIONAL CLOTHING
The national costume of swedes is still worn today on special occasions. The men's national costume consists of embroidered waistcoat, breeches, and felt hats. The women's costume consist of a flared skirt, brightly colored apron, a waistcoat, and a bonnet the clothes are often embroidered with floral designs. i also thought that the bill of right
Sweden Is Home For Many People
NEXT STOP THE SWEDISH CULTURES
The government of Sweden provides much funding to the culture of Sweden and to the arts. Tickets and prices are therefore quite low in Sweden, making it affordable for everyone to attend.Swedes are excellent readers and have been awarded the noble prize. For their literature has been awarded six times. To swedes there are more than 2000 libraries in Swedenn and this just adds to the fact that they are well educated.
HOW ABOUT WE START WITH ATRS AND THEATER
NEXT STOP THEIR MUSIC
As well as reading Swedes love to sing. A variety of folk music and folk dancing are still popular in Sweden some of the folk instruments of Sweden include: the fiddle, accordion, and the Nychalharpa. There are also many famous pop singers that have come from Sweden these include Abba, Ace of base, Roxette, and the cardigans.Swedes also enjoy Syphony and Jazz.
HOW ABOUT WE GO TO CRAFTS
The Swedes have a vibrant folk culture and enjoy many wonderful crafts known for their high quality. Wood crafting is popular in Sweden and tables, chests and small carved objects are beautiful works of art. Glass blowing is also popular and the Swedes produce beautiful glass objects. Ceramics, silver, and textiles are also famous crafts of Sweden with long histories in the nation.
NOW LETS GET MOVING CAUSE WE'RE GONNA START DANCING
NOW, WHOS HUNGRY?

There are two different kinds of Swedish dancing, depending on the group. There is Polska and Hambo. The Hambo is usually referred to the national dance of Sweden it is a choreographed 8-meausure pattern that includes a polska turn. The polska's basic step is one beat of music: (3 beats compare it with the waltz which takes 6 beats for a full turn). The men and women usually have different footwork in each number or dance they perform.
Sweden is famous for the popular smorgasbord- a large buffet filled with fish, meats, cheeses, salads, omelets, stuffed cabbage, and sweets soups are also popular in Sweden, because sweden has many lakes and coasts, fish is an important staple in the Swedish diet, however because of pollution and over fishing, it has become quite expensive. Fish is served in a variety of ways including pickled, smoked, and fresh. Herring is a common fish to Sweden other common foods of sweden include cheese sausage potatoes and other root vegetables P.S tables manners are important to Swedes and they often use the phrase "tack for maten" thank you for the food.
tack och vi hoppas att du har haft det
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