Category Archives: Sweden

Öresund Bridge, Denmark/Sweden

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I received this cool card from my Anjalein! Cool card, right? Danke Anja :*


The Öresund Bridge is the longest cable-stayed bridge in the world for both road and railway traffic.It measures 7,8 km long. The high bridge navigation glearance 57 m,with the two pylons extending 203,5 m above sea level.

Öresund is one of three Danish Straits that connect the Baltic Sea to the Atlantic Ocean via Kattegat, Skagerrak, and the North Sea, and is one of the busiest waterways in the world.

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Gothenburg, Sweden


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Before my dear friend Anna visited Stockholm, she honored Gothenburg with her presence. Here goes the awesome postcard she did send me from there.
Gothenburg, or Göteborg, as the swedish call it, is after Stockholm the second biggest city in Sweden.
Anna tells me, the prejudice that there are a million McDonalds in Gothenburg is true! Apparently there is a McDonald behind every corner xD.
But to rescue Gothenburgs reputation: There seems to be one Starbucks only!

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Stockholm, Sweden


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I got this card from my dear friend Anna from her trip to Sweden! Tack Tack Tack Anna! I love the cards you did send to me!

So on this card you see the Venice of the North, the capital of Sweden: Stockholm. Anna writes me that Stockholm is a nice city with a lot of tiny alleys which are sometimes so narrow, that she only could pass them sideways. Funny picture in my mind ^^

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Skärgård, Sweden



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Jupiduuuu!! My first swedish postcard!! And it is such a wonderful one! Thank you a lot Paulina! I love this card!!

Here go some nice facts about Sweden:

Fact 1:
The population of Sweden is 9.2 million. The urban population of Sweden is almost 85 %.
Fact 2:
A popular souvenir is the road sign for moose-crossing. Every year a huge number of these signs are stolen from Swedish roads.
Fact 3:
Between 1850 and 1910 more than one million Swedes migrated to the USA.
Fact 4:
The Nobel Prize Ceremonies are held in Sweden and Norway every year on December 10th.
Fact 5:
IKEA and H&M are both modern Swedish retail shops.
Fact 6:
On an average, Swedish women have their first child at 30 years.
Fact 7:
Sweden has the highest number of McDonald restaurants, per capita, in Europe.
Fact 8:
The first ice hotel of the world was built near the village of Jukkasjärvi, in Kiruna district of Sweden.
Fact 9:
The largest shopping mall of Europe is ‘Nordstan’, in Gothenburg.
Fact 10:
Stockholm is the capital and the largest city of Sweden.

BTW Did you know that the author of Pippi Longstocking was Astrid Lindgren from Sweden? I love her Books!

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