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Sweden National Anthem

(Thou Ancient, Thou Free)

Thou ancient, thou free, thou mountainous North
Thou quiet, thou joyful [and] fair!
I greet thee, most beautiful land upon earth,
Thy sun, Thy sky, Thy meadows green.

Thou art enthroned upon memories of great olden days,
When honored thy name flew across the earth,
I know that thou art and will remain what thou wert,
Yes, I want to live I want to die in the North

Additional verses:

I forever want to serve thee, my beloved country,
Loyalty until death I want to swear thee,
Thy right I will protect with mind and with hand,
thy banner, the heroes carry high

With God I shall fight for home and for hearth,
for Sweden, the beloved native soil.
I trade thee not, for anything in a world
No, I want to live, I want to die in the North

You free, ancient country, you high mountained North,
Thou quiet, thou joyful beauty!
I greet you as loveliest land upon earth
Your shining sun, your sky, your pastures green


You rest upon memories of great olden days
When all around the world your name was honoured
I know that you are and will remain the way you were
In my own Nordic land, I'll live forever

Alternative metric translation
Original verses:
1
You free, ancient country, you high mountained North,
Thou quiet, thou joyful beauty!
I greet you as loveliest land upon earth
/:Your shining sun, your sky, your pastures green:/
2
You rest upon memories of great olden days
When all around the world your name was honoured
I know that you are and will remain the way you were
/:In my own Nordic land, I'll live forever:/
Source

Population
10,099,265
Latest population

Capital
Stockholm

Independence Day
June 6 1523

Currency
Swedish Krona
SEK

Emergency numbers
112

Languages
Swedish
Note: Finnish, Sami, Romani, Yiddish, and Meankieli are official minority languages

Government Ministries, Police

Government
Sweden Government

Ministry of Justice Sweden

Ministry of Culture
Ministry of Defence
Ministry of Education and Research
Ministry of Employment
Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation
Ministry of the Environment and Energy
Ministry of Finance
Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Ministry of Health and Social Affairs
Ministry of Justice
Central government adminstration
Children’s rights
Civil society
Combating terrorism
Consumer affairs
Culture
Defence
Democracy and human rights
Digital policy
Disabilities
Economic policy
Education and research
Emergency preparedness
Energy
Enterprise and industry
Environment and climate
Family law
Financial markets
Foreign and security policy
Gambling policy
Gender equality
Health care
Housing and construction
Innovation
International development cooperation
International law
Introduction of new arrivals
Judicial system
Labour law and work environment
Labour market
Media
Migration and asylum
Municipalities and county councils
Public health and sport
Public procurement
Regional growth
Rural affairs
Social insurance
Social services including care for older people
State-owned enterprises
Taxes and tariffs
The Constitution of Sweden and personal privacy
Trade and investment promotion
Transport and infrastructure
Youth policy

 

Sweden Police
Agency overview : Formed 1 January, 2015
Preceding agencies : Swedish National Police Board, 21 local police authorities
Legal personality : Governmental Government agency

Operational structure
Headquarters : Kungsholmen, Stockholm, Sweden
Minister responsible : Minister for Justice
Agency executive : National Police Commissioner
Departments : 8
Police regions : 7

Website : https://polisen.se/en/Languages/Startpage/

For detailed and more information, see the source

Political parties

Parties with official representation

Swedish Social Democratic Party
Sveriges Socialdemokratiska arbetarparti
Founded 23 April 1889
Website:- http://www.socialdemokraterna.se/

Moderate Party
Moderata samlingspartiet
Founded 17 October 1904
Website:- http://www.moderat.se/

Sweden Democrats
Sverigedemokraterna

Founded 6 February 1988
Website:- https://sd.se/

Green Party (Sweden)
Miljöpartiet de Gröna
Founded 20 September 1981
Website:- http://www.mp.se/

Centre Party
Centerpartiet

Founded 1913
Website:- http://www.centerpartiet.se/

Left Party
Vänsterpartiet

Founded 1917
Website:- http://www.vansterpartiet.se/

Liberals
Liberalerna

Founded 5 August 1934
Website:- http://www.liberalerna.se/

Christian Democrats
Kristdemokraterna

Founded 1964
Website:- http://www.kristdemokraterna.se/

Feminist Initiative
Feministiskt initiativ

Founded 4 April 2005[
Website:- http://www.feministisktinitiativ.se/

Other parties

Pirate Party of Sweden
Founded 1 January 2006
Website:- http://www.piratpartiet.se/

June List
Junilistan, jl
Founded 2004
Website:- http://www.junilistan.se/

Minor parties

Direct Democrats
Direktdemokraterna
Founded 4 April 2014
Website:- http://direktdemokraterna.se/

Centre Democrats
(Centrumdemokraterna)
Founded 1974
Website:- Not Available

Christian Values Party
(Kristna värdepartiet)
Founded 2014
Website:- http://www.kristnavardepartiet.se/

Liberala partiet
("The Liberal Party")
Founded December 2004
Website:-http://www.liberalapartiet.se/

Communist Party (Sweden)
(Kommunistiska Partiet)
Founded 1970
Website:- http://www.kommunisterna.org/en/about/

Communist Party of Sweden
(Sveriges Kommunistiska Parti)
Founded 1995
Website:- http://www.skp.se/

European Workers' Party
(Swedish: Europeiska arbetarpartiet, EAP)
Founded 1974
Website:- http://www.larouche.se/

Health Care Party
(Sjukvårdspartiet, SVP)

Founded 20 September 1981
Website:- http://www.sjukvardspartiet.org/

Nordic Resistance Movement
Nordiska motståndsrörelsen

Founded 1 December 1997
Website:- https://www.nordfront.se/

Right-wing Party the Conservatives
(Högerpartiet de konservativa)

Socialistiska Partiet
(English: Socialist Party)
Founded 1971
Website:- http://www.socialistiskapartiet.se/

Socialist Justice Party
(Swedish: Rättvisepartiet Socialisterna, RS)
Founded 1973
Website:- http://www.socialisterna.org/

Swedish Senior Citizen Interest Party
(Sveriges pensionärers intresseparti, SPI Välfärden)
Founded 1987
Website:- http://www.spi-valfarden.se/

Social Party (Sociala Partiet) (SP)

The New Swedes (DPNS)

The Free Party of Sweden (Partiet De Fria) (PDF)

Unique Party
(Unika partiet)
Founded August 8, 2006
Website:- Not Available

Enhet
("unity")
Founded April 6, 1990
Website:- http://enhet.se/

Liquor Party
Spritpartiet

Website:- http://www.spritpartiet.se/

Will of the People Party
(Folkets Vilja)

Local parties

Alternative
(Alternativet)
Founded 1994
Website:- Not Available

Alvesta Alternative
(Alvesta Alternativet)
Founded 1991
Website:- http://www.alvestaalternativet.se/

Axel Ingmar's List – Avesta Party
(Axel Ingmars Lista - Avestapartiet)
Founded 1994
Website:- Not Available

Berg Party
(Bergspartiet)
Founded ahead of the 2002 elections
Website:- Not Available

Bergas Bästa – partipolitiskt obunden lista

Bopartiet
Founded 1985
Website:- http://www.bopartiet.se/

Botkyrkapartiet

Citizens Party: School – Health Care – Care
(Medborgarpartiet: skola - vård - omsorg)

Founded 1998
Website:- http://pub.hultsfred.se/msvo/

Cooperation in Mullsjö
(Samverkan i Mullsjö)


Drevviken Party
(Drevvikenpartiet)

Founded 1994
Website:- http://www.drevvikenpartiet.se/

Fair Democracy
(Rättvis Demokrati)

Falu Party
(Falupartiet)

Folkhemmet i Hofors-Torsåker

Founded ahead of the 2002 elections
Website:- Not Available

Free Democrats of Arjeplog
(Arjeplogs Fria Demokrater)

Free Norrland
(Fria Norrland)


Free Trade Party of Norrbotten
(Norrbottens Frihandelsparti)


Frihetliga Ljusdalsbygden

Future Party

Future of Mullsjö
(Mullsjös Framtid)


Omsorg för Alla
(Health Care for Everybody)

Founded 2006
Website:- Not Available

Hedemora Party
(Hedemorapartiet)

Founded 2002
Website:- http://hedemorapartiet.com/

Kirunapartiet
(The Kiruna Party)

Founded 1994
Website:- Not Available

Kommunens Bästa – Ölandspartiet

Laholm Party
(Laholmspartiet)

Founded
2002
Website:- Not Available

Leisure Time Party
(Fritidspartiet),

Founded 20 September 1981
Website:- http://www.mp.se/

Leksand Party
(Leksandspartiet)

Libertarian Municipal People
(Frihetliga Kommunalfolket, FKF)

Lidingö Party
Founded 1973
Website:- http://www.lidingopartiet.se/2010/index.php

Life Quality in the Municipality of Högsby
(Livskvalitet i Högsby Kommun)

Founded 2002
Website:- Not Available

Mora Party


Municipal List
(Kommunlistan)

Municipal Party VDM
(Kommunpartiet VDM)
Founded 1976
Website:- Not Available

Ronneby Party
(Ronnebypartiet)
Founded 1994
Website:- http://www.ronnebypartiet.nu/

Solidarity – Work – Peace – Ecology
(Solidaritet - Arbete - Fred - Ekologi)

Founded 1991
Website:- http://www.safe-nassjo.nu/

Stockholmspartiet
(The Stockholm Party)
Founded 1979
Website:- http://www.stockholmspartiet.se/

Stop E4 West – Culture Party
(Stoppa E4 väst - Kulturpartiet)

Founded 1994
Website:- Not Available

Sölvesborg Party
(Sölvesborgspartiet)
Founded 2002
Website:- http://www.solvesborgspartiet.com/

The Island Party (Öpartiet)

Uddevalla Party (Uddevallapartiet)

Vimmerby Party (Vimmerbypartiet)

Voice of the People – VOX humana
(Folkets Röst - VOX humana)
Founded ahead of the 2002 elections
Website:- Not Available

Älvdalen Party
(Älvdalspartiet)


Öpartiet
(The Island Party)


Örebro Party
(Örebropartiet, ÖP)

Founded 2014
Website:- http://www.orebropartiet.se/

Joke parties

Donald Duck Party

Interesting facts
Despite being a military power in the 17th century and one of the world’s largest producers of weapons, Sweden has not participated in any war for almost two centuries, including both world wars.

Around 2,000 years ago, the Svear people gave Sweden its name. In their language, svear meant “us” and rike meant “kingdom.” So, Sverige, the modern Swedish name of the country, means “Our Kingdom.”

With a tax rate of 51.4% of GDP, Swedes are one of the most highly taxed populations in the world. Ironically, they are generally happy to pay a high tax rate, and the Swedish word for tax is skatt, or “treasure.”

Swedish parents are entitled to 480 days of paid parental leave—and of those, 60 days are reserved for the father. In 2012, dads used 24% of the total parental leave.

Sweden has had seven Nobel Prize winners in Literature, including Selma Lagerlöf, who was the first woman to win the prize in 1909. Her birthplace at Mårbacka is a national shrine.
Interesting Swedish Meatball Facts

An average of 1,836,000 meatballs are eaten daily in all of Ikea’s 313 stores worldwide. Ikea was founded in Sweden in 1943 by Ingvar Kamprad.

The Swedish three-point seatbelt is claimed to have saved 1 million lives. It was launched by Volvo in 1959 and is found in 1 billion vehicles worldwide.

Since 1901, the Nobel Prize has been awarded 567 times. It is the legacy of Alfred Nobel, who invented dynamite in 1866. The Nobel Prizes have been awarded every year in Stockholm, Sweden, since 1901. That first year, each prize was worth 150,000 kronor. In 2010, it had increased to 10 million kronor (currently about US$1.2 million).

Between 300,000 and 400,000 moose (Alces alces) roam the Swedish woods. Over 100,000 are shot during the annual hunt, and about 250,000 people participate in the hunt. The moose is also considered the most dangerous animal in Sweden. Every year, they cause approximately 6,000 road accidents.

The pacemaker, ultrasound, safety match, astronomical lens, marine propeller, refrigerator, and computer mouse are all famous items that were invented in Sweden or by Swedes who weren’t living in Sweden.

If any Nobel Laureates, Scientists, Olympic winners, World Heritage sites, Tourism Agencies, Ashoka Fellows

Nobel Laureates
Allvar Gullstrand
Alva Myrdal
Arne Wilhelm Kaurin Tiselius
Arvid Carlsson
Axel Hugo Theodor Theorell
Bengt I . Samuelsson
Bertil Ohlin
Carl Gustaf Verner Von Heidenstam
Dag Hammarskjöld
Erik Axel Karlfeldt
Eyvind Johnson
Gunnar Myrdal
Hannes Olof Gösta Alfvén
Hans Karl August Simon Von Euler - Chelpin
Harry Martinson
Kai M . Siegbahn
Karl Hjalmar Branting
Karl Manne Georg Siegbahn
Klas Pontus Arnoldson
Lars Olof Jonathan (Nathan) Söderblom
Nelly Sachs
Nils Gustaf Dalén
Pär Fabian Lagerkvist
Ragnar Granit
Selma Ottilia Lovisa Lagerlöf
Sune K . Bergström
Svante August Arrhenius
The (Theodor) Svedberg
Tomas Lindahl
Tomas Tranströmer
Torsten N . Wiesel
Ulf von Euler

Olympic Winners (2020)
Armand Duplantis
Daniel Ståhl
Equestrian Team jumping

World Heritage sites
Royal Domain of Drottningholm
Birka and Hovgården
Engelsberg Ironworks
Rock Carvings in Tanum
Skogskyrkogården
Hanseatic Town of Visby
Church Town of Gammelstad , Luleå
Laponian Area
Naval Port of Karlskrona
Agricultural Landscape of Southern Öland
High Coast / Kvarken Archipelago
Mining Area of the Great Copper Mountain in Falun
Grimeton Radio Station , Varberg
Struve Geodetic Arc
Decorated Farmhouses of Hälsingland

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