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Transcript of Stockholm Sweden
Relative Location: Sweeden is located in both the northern and eastern hemisphere. Stockholm is south of Uppsala and far north of Visby. Location Place Human & Enviroment Environment affects humans - On 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.
Humans affects environment - In Sweden people use a lot cars or vehicles, which can go to air pollution. It had not arrive to air pollution, but it might. The regions that Sweden is part of are: The North and the Midnight Sun, The Lake and Folklore District, Stockholm and Surrounds, Gothenburg and the West, The Crystal Kingdom and Islands in the Sun, and at last The Castle Country and the South. This country is part of 6 regions. Region Stockholm Sweden is a accepting society and international influences have shaped and enriched swedish culture. Physical: Sweden has mountain and hills in the west. Plains and agricultural land is in the south. the mountains fields are in the north together with plains and lakes and a lot of snow in the winter. There are 12 peaks in Sweden that reach above 2000 meters.
Human: Sweden is known for mostly religion and culture. Some religions of Sweden are Lutheran 87%, other (includes Roman Catholic, Orthodox, Baptist, Muslim, Jewish, and Buddhist) 13%. Movement of People: Boats are common in Stockholm mainly because they have smaller islands and it is somewhat surrounded by water. The modern railroad system in Stockholm can take you almost anywhere.
Movement of Goods: Swedes export cars, engineering products, communication equipment, steel, and electronic devices. Movement One characteristic of Swedish culture is that Swedes are humble and find boasting absolutely unacceptable.
When speaking, Swedes speak softly and calmly. It is rare that you were witness a Swede demonstrating anger or strong emotion in public