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    1. 1. Sweden<br />By: Claire Stillman<br />
    2. 2. Where is Sweden Located?<br /> Sweden is a country in northeastern Europe<br />Sweden borders Norway and Finland<br />Surrounding countries are Denmark, Germany, Poland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania<br />If you were to compare the size of Sweden, it would be just a little bigger than California<br />
    3. 3. All About Sweden’s Capital<br />Sweden’s capital is Stockholm <br /> There are many things to do there, these are only two of many<br />Stockholm is home to the world’s only ABBA museum<br /> The Vasa Museum holds the world’s only 17th century preserved ship<br />
    4. 4. Climate of Sweden<br />Southern Sweden has a temperate climate<br />The south has cool and cloudy winters<br />During the summer, the south is somewhat cloudy as well<br />The north has a subarctic climate<br />The north has a much longer winter than the south does<br />
    5. 5. Geography of Sweden<br />There are 25 provinces in Sweden<br /> Sweden is part of the Scandinavian Peninsula<br />Sweden is the fourth biggest country in Europe<br />There are bays, inlets, and islands that make up Sweden’s geography<br />
    6. 6. Main Culture of Sweden<br /> Sweden has many religions, but Lutheran is the dominant one<br />The “Others” part consists of Jewish, Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Baptist, Muslim, and Buddhist.<br />Ethnicities: Swedish, Finnish, Greek, Danish, Norwegian, Turkish, and more<br />
    7. 7. Swedish Currency<br />The Swedish currency is called the Swedish krona<br />The current exchange rate is 0.156969 krona per U.S. dollar<br />
    8. 8. The Languages Spoken<br />People in Sweden speak Swedish and Finnish<br />Another language that is spoken is Sami<br />Sami is an Indo- European language<br />
    9. 9. Modes of Transportation<br />Cars are common because all highways and bridges are free to travel on<br /> Many big cities have a bus line available<br />There are trains and boats to take as well<br />You may also travel by air, but most of the flights go through Stockholm<br />
    10. 10. Accommodations in Sweden<br />In Sweden, there are hotels, castles, manor houses, bed and breakfasts, and inns<br />All of these range in a wide price range<br />A nice hotel in Stockholm would be start at about $200 and go up<br />
    11. 11. Historical Sites<br />Old Town Stockholm (pictured) has so much history<br /> The royal palace is located in Old Town Stockholm<br /> There are many historical tours <br />There are also many great historical sculptures and museums to visit and see<br />
    12. 12. Other Points of Interest<br /> In Sweden, there is the world’s biggest hotel (pictured) that is made of all ice and snow<br /> If anyone wants to check out the website it is www.icehotel.com<br />There was just recently a royal wedding for Princess Victoria, and her new husband, newly crowned Prince Daniel. <br /> Stockholm has a many <br />restaurant varieties<br />
    13. 13. The End!<br />I hope from my presentation, you learned a lot about Sweden, and can’t wait to visit this amazing country!!<br />