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 Sweden   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Conclusive archaeological evidence exists that the area comprising Sweden was settled during the Stone Age as the inland ice of the ice age receded.
Sweden subsequently broke away in 1521 when Gustav Eriksson Vasa known as Gustav I of Sweden from 1523 re-established separation of the Swedish Crown from the union.
Sweden has been a monarchy for almost a millennium with supply controlled by the parliament (the taxed constituting one of four chambers).
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 Sweden
Sweden was one of the poorest countries in Europe in the 19th century, and shaped by a dogmatic Protestantism, until its natural assets – timber, iron ore, grains – allowed it to fund a social democratic welfare state in the early 20th century.
Sweden was inhabited by hunters and gatherers during the Stone Age (6000 BC – 4000 BC), following the recession of the last ice age – the Weichsel glaciation.
Sweden was first mentioned in the 1st century, by Roman historian Tacitus, who wrote that the Suiones lived out in the sea and were powerful in both arms and ships.
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 Cuisine of Sweden - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Swedish cuisine is similar to the cuisine of Denmark and cuisine of Norway in being traditionally simple.
There are long traditions of hunting and fishing in Sweden, depending on the distance to the coast or forests.
Sweden is one of the heaviest coffee drinking countries in the world, second only to Finland.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Swedish_cuisine   (1487 words)

  
 Sweden at Caribbean Topfunwebsites   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Sweden has a low population density in all but its Metropolitan Areas of Sweden, with most of the inland consisting of large peaceful forests and mountainous wilderness.
After the allegedly notorious Vikings, Sweden spent a couple of centuries in battles with its neighbouring countries Denmark from the 12th century – 1710, and Norway in the 16th century and 17th century.
Sweden was inhabited by during the Stone Age (6000 BC – 4000 BC), following the recession of the last ice age – the Weichsel glaciation.
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 Discover the Wisdom of Mankind on Sweden   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Sweden has a low population density except in its metropolitan areas, with most of the inland consisting of forests and mountainous wilderness.
Sweden left the union in the beginning of the 16th century, and more or less constantly battled its neighbours for many years to come, especially the still united Denmark-Norway, who never really accepted Sweden leaving the union.
Sweden was one of the poorest countries in Europe in the 19th century, shaped by heavy alcohol consumption, until improved transportation and communication allowed it to utilize natural assets from different parts of the country, most notably timber and iron ore, which allowed the creation of a welfare state in the early 20th century.
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 Sweden - Gurupedia
Sweden subsequently broke away in 1521, when Gustav Eriksson Vasa, known as king Gustav I of Sweden from 1523, re-established separation of the Swedish
The 17th century saw Sweden emerge as one of the great powers in Europe, due to successful participation, initiated by King Gustavus Adolphus, in the Thirty Years' War.
East of Sweden is the Baltic Sea and the
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 Sweden Information Center - nudist colonies sweden
It is bordered by gotland sweden Norway on the west, Finland on the northeast, the Skagerrak Strait sweden stamps and the Kattegat Strait on the southwest, and the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Bothnia on the east.
With the Christianization in the 12th century, the stockholm sweden country became consolidated, with its centre at the water-ways of the northern Baltic and the Gulf of Finland.
Gustav I is considered capital of sweden to be Sweden's "Father of the culture sweden Nation".
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 ipedia.com: Sweden Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
The Kingdom of Sweden is a Nordic country in Scandinavia, in Northern Europe.
Due to the quite small number of inhabitants, Sweden's landscape is known for its peace and the large forests and mountainous wilderness.
Also some 50,000 of the ethnic Finns of Sweden consist an indigenous minority, although many more of the Sweden Finns descend from 20th century immigrants.
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 Sweden   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Sweden was one of the poorest countries in Europe in the 19th century, and shaped by a dogmatic Protestantism, until its natural assets – timber, iron ore, grains – allowed it to fund a Swedish welfare state in the early 20th century.
This was not a process completed until the Uppsala Synod 1593; meanwhile Sweden had been ruled by a king with Catholicizing tendencies, John III, and another openly Catholic one, John's son Sigismund, who was also ruler of Catholic Poland but eventually deposed from the Swedish throne by his uncle.
The latter, who acceeded the throne as Charles IX used the Lutheran church as an instrument in his power struggle against his nephew, but is known to have had Calvinists leanings.
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 Sweden and Swedish History Profile Biography and Encylopedia Entry Arkansas Encyclopedia Essay   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
It is bordered by Norway on the west and Finland in the northeast; the rest of it borders waters, as the Baltic Sea and Kattegat.
Due to the relatively small number of inhabitants, Sweden's landscape is known for its peace and the large forests and mountanous wilderness.
Sweden subsequently broke away in 1523, when Gustav Eriksson Vasa, later known as Gustav I of Sweden re-established separation of the Swedish Crown from the union.
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 Sweden Cuisine
They eat a simple breakfast, a light lunch and have their meal in the evening.
Crayfish are especially popular, but because stocks are now depleted, catching them is prohibited in Sweden.
Specialities from Sweden include Janssons Temptation-a baked dish of potato, anchovy and cream, and Glasmästarsill-spiced, marinated herrings.
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 LEAN CUISINE: Whirlpool Sweden puts DFA to work
At Whirlpool Sweden in Norrköping, though, this was exactly the case as they trained cross-functional teams of in-plant personnel to perform design for assembly (DFA) analysis.
Whirlpool Sweden produces several platforms of microwave ovens, with varying options on some of the base models.
Whirlpool Sweden was planning the introduction of a new oven.
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 Coming in from the cold: warm and inviting Swedish cuisine Black Enterprise - Find Articles
At the heart of Swedish cuisine is the successful pairing of classic dishes and modern tastes.
And to aid in digesting such a delicious and complex meal, Sweden's famous spiced vodka, aquavit, is always the perfect finish.
Swedish cuisine is relatively unknown in the U.S., but when chef Marcus Samuelsson came to New York in 1995, he was convinced Swedish fare could follow in the popular traditions of French, Italian, and Chinese food.
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 Welcome to CIAKids : World Flavors : Sweden
Sweden is a land rich in history and culture whose people are generally peaceful by nature.
Since Sweden is located so far north in Europe, it has a very cold climate.
Swedish cuisine is also heavier and rich in fat since the animals and fish need this extra fat to protect them during the cold winter.
www.ciakids.com /forkids/kitchen/sweden/index.html   (194 words)

  
 .: Sweden Hospitality | Sweden Hotel Accommodation | Sweden Lodging | Sweden Cuisine
Clickable travel map of Sweden with direct links to hotels and other accommodation, culture and things to do.
General information, narrative about their experiences in Sweden, with photos and links from all over the country.
More than 350 authorised tourist information centres in Sweden able to give advice on local sightseeing, special events and excursions.
www.worldofhospitality4u.com /LMA/directory/Sweden/index.html   (210 words)

  
 Global Voices Online » Sweden
All the same, he is probably one of the most well-informed people in Sweden on the situation in Belarus.
The couple seems to have formed the hub of Georgian community in Sweden during recent years - correct me if I am wrong - and this, I believe, is just another of their ventures.
Vilhelm Konnander writes about a diplomatic dispute between Russia and Sweden, and the past and the future of the relationship between the two countries.
www.globalvoicesonline.org /-/world/western-europe/sweden   (3872 words)

  
 Top20Sweden.com - Your Top20 Guide to Sweden!
The Kingdom of Sweden (Swedish: Konungariket Sverige http://encyc.connectonline.com/index.php/Image:Sv-Konungariket_Sverige.ogg" title="Image:Sv-Konungariket Sverige.ogg">â—¶
Since then however, reports about radioactive leakages at a nuclear waste store in Forsmark, Sweden, have been published [4].
After completing the ninth grade, 90% continue with a three year upper secondary school leading sometimes to an exam in a technical profession and always to the qualifications for further studies at a Högskola or University of Sweden and the way of life they live is very good.
www.top20sweden.com   (4046 words)

  
 Beginner's Guide to Sweden
Sweden Activities and Attractions: Sweden Activities and Attractions Introduction
Sweden Activities and Attractions: Family Attractions and Activities
Sweden's Counties and Cities: Sweden's Counties and Cities Introduction
beginnersguide.com /sweden   (155 words)

  
 Tomten Catalog, A Division of Skandisk, Inc.
This is in response to the many requests received from their members (more than 5000 households) for information on the proper way to prepare for and observe the special occasions in which the Swedish heritage abounds.
Known in Sweden as "Sju sorters kakor," this little book is a modern classic.
This cookbook is the story of an American woman's 25-year love affair with the land, people, and cuisine of Sweden.
www.skandisk.com /general_sub.asp?interest=Swedish   (610 words)

  
 San Diego Museum of Man - Tower After Hours: Swedish Celebration
In addition to immersing themselves in the music, dance, and cuisine of Sweden, those attending were able to explore the Museum's exceptional exhibits at no additional cost.
For this festive event, San Diegans celebrated with the San Diego Ylva Elias Quintet (vocal: Ylva Elias, guitar: Joey Carano, bass: Rob Thorsen, drums: Phil Rowley, and horn: Chris Klich), The Swedish Choir in San Diego, fiddlers Paul Johnson and Annie Grace, and The Balboa Park Folk Dancers.
was produced in collaboration with the Swedish Women's Educational Association, the House of Sweden in Balboa Park, Digital Vikings, the San Diego Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce, and the Swedish Consulate of San Diego.
www.museumofman.org /html/events_toweraftersweden.html   (385 words)

  
 Sweden   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-06)
Lunchinfo.com - Restaurantguide in Sweden with daily updated lunch, dinner and more.
Every restaurants got pictures of the restaurant and also a map how to get there.
Menyer.se - Interactive restaurant guide with pictures and reviews.
chefmoz.org /Sweden   (81 words)

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