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  • 1. SwedenSwedenTrabajo realizado por:Trabajo realizado por:Verónica CaballeroVerónica CaballeroAurora CaballeroAurora CaballeroAna CalvoAna CalvoMarisa PriegoMarisa Priego
  • 2. IntroductionIntroductionThe country visit is Sweden, is a ScandinavianThe country visit is Sweden, is a Scandinaviancountry in Northern Europe which is part of thecountry in Northern Europe which is part of the(EU). It limits the north with Norway and Finland,(EU). It limits the north with Norway and Finland,east to Finland and Gulf of Bothnia, south to theeast to Finland and Gulf of Bothnia, south to theBaltic Sea and the west by the North Sea andBaltic Sea and the west by the North Sea andNorway. It has land borders with Norway andNorway. It has land borders with Norway andFinland and is connected to Denmark by theFinland and is connected to Denmark by theOresund Bridge.Its most populous city isOresund Bridge.Its most populous city isStockholm, which is also its capital.Stockholm, which is also its capital.
  • 3. Information of the country.Information of the country. Swedens cuisine is focused on naturalSwedens cuisine is focused on naturalingredients. Seafood and fish such as herring, salmon,ingredients. Seafood and fish such as herring, salmon,eel and crabs are present in their dishes. As for redeel and crabs are present in their dishes. As for redmeat, reindeer and moose are most valued. meat, reindeer and moose are most valued. Most common in Sweden is the "smorgasbord", a buffetMost common in Sweden is the "smorgasbord", a buffetwith cold meats, eggs, vegetables, cereals, spreads,with cold meats, eggs, vegetables, cereals, spreads,cheeses and more. During the Christmas season alsocheeses and more. During the Christmas season alsoserved a "smorgasbord" called "julbord" (literallyserved a "smorgasbord" called "julbord" (literally"Christmas table"). This consists of ham, fish (herring,"Christmas table"). This consists of ham, fish (herring,salmon, eel), meatballs, sausage, potatoes, beets andsalmon, eel), meatballs, sausage, potatoes, beets andcheese. cheese. 
  • 4. Places to visit: Places to visit:  -Malmo:-Malmo:  • Stortorget: Stortorget is the name given to the main square of Malmö. • Stortorget: Stortorget is the name given to the main square of Malmö. It is located in the city center, near the train station. It is located in the city center, near the train station. In the center of the square striking equestrian statue of Karl X Gustax, known by theIn the center of the square striking equestrian statue of Karl X Gustax, known by theDanes conquered Skåne. Danes conquered Skåne. This place has a great history as it dates from 1536 and was built by the then mayorThis place has a great history as it dates from 1536 and was built by the then mayorJörgen Kock. Jörgen Kock. It is an ideal base for exploring the city of Malmö It is an ideal base for exploring the city of Malmö • Rådhus Malmö: Malmö Rådhus The imposing building on sight by Stortorget• Rådhus Malmö: Malmö Rådhus The imposing building on sight by StortorgetSquare, this building was constructed in 1546 in Dutch Renaissance style, theSquare, this building was constructed in 1546 in Dutch Renaissance style, thebuilding currently houses the city council or the Radhuset in Swedish. building currently houses the city council or the Radhuset in Swedish. Personally and Spanish municipalities used to this I found impressive, especially forPersonally and Spanish municipalities used to this I found impressive, especially forits marble facade in various colors, it is also striking that there is activity around it, it isits marble facade in various colors, it is also striking that there is activity around it, it isalso true that it is next to the main shopping street of the city and which is surroundedalso true that it is next to the main shopping street of the city and which is surroundedby hotels and restaurants. by hotels and restaurants. 
  • 5.  -Stockholm:-Stockholm:   •• The Old Town or Gamla Stan: The Old Town is the historic centerThe Old Town or Gamla Stan: The Old Town is the historic centerof Stockholm with very narrow streets. The most famous alley,of Stockholm with very narrow streets. The most famous alley,Mårten Trotzigs Gränd, measures only 90 inches wide. Small shopsMårten Trotzigs Gränd, measures only 90 inches wide. Small shopsand unique restaurants, some located in former prisons, are veryand unique restaurants, some located in former prisons, are verypopular. popular. • The Royal Palace - Kungliga Slottet: The Stockholm Royal Palace• The Royal Palace - Kungliga Slottet: The Stockholm Royal Palaceis the official residence of His Majesty the King of Sweden is one ofis the official residence of His Majesty the King of Sweden is one ofthe largest palaces in Europe.Certain parts of the palace arethe largest palaces in Europe.Certain parts of the palace areaccessible to tourists. accessible to tourists. 
  • 6.  Jönköping: Jönköping:  There are many churches. The largest churchesThere are many churches. The largest churchesare the church Sofia in the west, and Kristinaare the church Sofia in the west, and Kristinachurch east of downtown. There is a school, achurch east of downtown. There is a school, ahospital and a few museums.There are twohospital and a few museums.There are twosmaller lakes, and Rocksjön Munksjön. In thissmaller lakes, and Rocksjön Munksjön. In thiscity there is an indoor stadium, owned icecity there is an indoor stadium, owned icehockey team. hockey team. The stadium is called KinnarpsThe stadium is called KinnarpsArena. Arena. 
  • 7.  The currency of Sweden is the Crown. ItsThe currency of Sweden is the Crown. Itscapital is Stockholm, which will becapital is Stockholm, which will beaccessed.Their language is Swedish. Theaccessed.Their language is Swedish. Thepredominant religion in Sweden ispredominant religion in Sweden isLutheran. Yet most of the worlds religionsLutheran. Yet most of the worlds religionshave their representation across thehave their representation across thecountry. The churches in big cities tend tocountry. The churches in big cities tend tohave masses in English once a week. have masses in English once a week. InInStockholm also held some in Spanish. Stockholm also held some in Spanish.