The Nobel Prize goes to Sweden
Sweden isn’t just famous for its meatballs (although they are fantastic). Sweden has one of the healthiest, modern societies right now. While Sweden’s north is mountainous and ice-bound, the south is home to many attractive, lively cities like Malmo. The grand Stockholm is actually spread out over 14 islands and the Old Town (Gamla Stan) is fascinating and magical…you’ll find cobble-stoned streets, cafés, gothic churches and the Royal Palace. The Nobel Prizes are awarded in Stockholm each year…
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Sweden Fast Facts
Location: Scandinavia, Northern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea, between Finland and Norway
Climate: Temperate in south, with cold, cloudy winters and cool summers, subarctic in north
Country Code: 46
Time Zone: GMT+1
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