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Country: Sweden

These sites are about the country of Sweden. Students can view maps, movies, and photographs. Find out about famous Swedes such as Linnaeus and Alfred Nobel. Included is an eThemes resource on the Nobel Prize.


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Find information on travel to Sweden.
Here you will find information about many aspect of Swedish culture.
This site has information on Sweden, from history and geography to information on tourism in Sweden.
Click on the map to gain access to the interactive map. This site also has the Swedish flag and some "fast facts." NOTE: The site includes ads.
Students can listen to the Swedish national anthem. There is also a timeline of key events.
This extensive information on Sweden has a "Print-Friendly Page" option.
Students can view a video as well as maps and the Swedish flag.
This encyclopedia entry shows a map and the flag of Sweden. Click on "US State Dept. Country Notes" for additional information. NOTE: The site includes ads.
This site has population numbers and the area for each of the provinces.
Students can print out a high quality PDF map of Norway. The links to the printable maps are underneath the map.
Students can learn a few basic phrases in Swedish.
Students can color the Swedish flag and then try the quiz. NOTE: The full-size print-out of the flag is only available to members.
This encyclopedia entry also has a video that students can watch.
Students can listen to this program about Linnaeus, "DNA Science Challenges Sweden's Famed Botanist."
Swedish food is more than meatballs. Photographs and accompanying recipes are found on the left.
Find out about the Nobel Prize and its creator, Alfred Nobel. Read the biographies of Nobel Prize winners and take quizzes about the prize. One website includes a video clip of an interview with two Nobel Prize winners. Includes a link to an eTheme on President Jimmy Carter who won the Nobel Peace Prize.

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