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  • Sweden done

    1. 1. NateSabourin
    2. 2. SwedenNateSabourin
    3. 3. Sweden is located inScandinavia, which isin North EasternEurope.
    4. 4. Sweden is located inScandinavia, which isin North EasternEurope.
    5. 5. Sweden
    6. 6. Sweden
    7. 7. Sweden
    8. 8. Sweden The capital city of Sweden is Stockholm
    9. 9. StatisticsSweden has a population of 9 475 954people. 22% of the population lives inthe capital city Stockholm.
    10. 10. StatisticsSweden has a population of 9 475 954people. 22% of the population lives inthe capital city Stockholm.
    11. 11. Statistics
    12. 12. Statistics
    13. 13. StatisticsLife expectancy in Sweden is for males: 78.59years and for females: 83.26 years.
    14. 14. StatisticsLife expectancy in Sweden is for males: 78.59years and for females: 83.26 years.The Official Language is Swedish, although manynative tongues are still spoken.
    15. 15. StatisticsLife expectancy in Sweden is for males: 78.59years and for females: 83.26 years.The Official Language is Swedish, although manynative tongues are still spoken.Sweden is quite warm considering it’s northernposition. It is very dry except in select coastalareas.
    16. 16. StatisticsLife expectancy in Sweden is for males: 78.59years and for females: 83.26 years.The Official Language is Swedish, although manynative tongues are still spoken.Sweden is quite warm considering it’s northernposition. It is very dry except in select coastalareas.On average, Coastal Sweden gets 500 and800 mm of rain per year. This is much lowerthan much of the world.
    17. 17. Major ExportsSweden’s biggest export isLumber.
    18. 18. Major Exports
    19. 19. Major ExportsIron Ore Mining is a large industry in inSweden.
    20. 20. Major ExportsIron Ore Mining is a large industry in inSweden.
    21. 21. Major ExportsIron Ore Mining is a large industry in inSweden.
    22. 22. Major Exports
    23. 23. Major ExportsSweden is a world leader in Machineryproduction.
    24. 24. The people of Sweden This is the National Swedish Dress of Sweden, worn on special occasions by the women. One of these outfits could set you back $300.
    25. 25. The people of Sweden
    26. 26. The people of SwedenIn Sweden many fish can be caught andmost men fish every week.
    27. 27. Swedish Cuisine
    28. 28. Swedish Cuisine Swedish Meatballs are a traditional food as well as a staple in Sweden.
    29. 29. Swedish Cuisine Swedish Meatballs are a traditional food as well as a staple in Sweden.
    30. 30. Swedish Cuisine Swedish Meatballs are a traditional food as well as a staple in Sweden. Pickled Herring has been eaten by natives of Sweden for hundreds of years.
    31. 31. ICEHOTEL
    32. 32. ICEHOTELThe ICEHOTEL is located in Jukkasjarvi, Sweden, this small cityis 200 miles north of the Artic Circle. The 2012-2013 Winter willbe it’s 23rd year of running. It was the first Ice Hotel built in the world.
    33. 33. ICEHOTELThe ICEHOTEL is located in Jukkasjarvi, Sweden, this small cityis 200 miles north of the Artic Circle. The 2012-2013 Winter willbe it’s 23rd year of running. It was the first Ice Hotel built in the world.
    34. 34. ICEHOTELThe ICEHOTEL is located in Jukkasjarvi, Sweden, this small cityis 200 miles north of the Artic Circle. The 2012-2013 Winter willbe it’s 23rd year of running. It was the first Ice Hotel built in the world.
    35. 35. ICEHOTELThe ICEHOTEL is located in Jukkasjarvi, Sweden, this small cityis 200 miles north of the Artic Circle. The 2012-2013 Winter willbe it’s 23rd year of running. It was the first Ice Hotel built in the world.
    36. 36. Oland Gettlinge
    37. 37. Oland Gettlinge
    38. 38. Oland GettlingeOland Gettlinge is a ancient viking burial ground. Itcontains the remains of about 30 vikings from 3000 years ago.
    39. 39. Oland Gettlinge
    40. 40. Oland GettlingeThousands of Historians and tourists alike visit here each year
    41. 41. Oland Gettlinge
    42. 42. 1 http://www.embassyworld.com/maps/Maps_Of_Sweden/2 http://www.icehotel.com/uk/ICEHOTEL/3 www.heathersanimations.com 94 www.worldmaps.com www.ikea.com/ca5 www.maynards.ca/swedishfish 10 www.statistics.com/ worldmaps6 www.littlescandanavian.com7 www.fishexperts.com8 www.ancientsweden.com/gettlinge

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