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Blood donors in Sweden receive a thank you text when their blood is used.
Sweden has run out of trash so it’s importing garbage from Norway
Advertising to children under the age of 12 is illegal in Norway and Sweden.
Sweden pays students US$187 per month to attend high school.
In 1974, Kim Il-sung took 1,000 Volvo sedans from Sweden to North Korea and never paid for them.
Sweden had a Charles VII but no Charles I to VI.
Sweden banned spanking and other corporal punishments of children in 1979.
The State of New Jersey, U.S.A., was originally called Lorraine and New Sweden.
Swedish wasn’t made the official language of Sweden until 2009.
Every year since 1966, the town of Gavle, Sweden, erects a giant straw goat for Christmas, and almost every year, vandals burn it.
Passports issued by the UK, Sweden and Finland offer visa-free travel to more countries than any other passports.
The official Twitter account of @Sweden is given to a random citizen every week to manage.
In Sweden, parents are entitled to 480 days of paid parental leave when a child is born or adopted.
To study the health effects of coffee, King Gustav III of Sweden commuted the death sentences of a pair of twins on the condition that one drank 3 pots of coffee and the other tea for the rest of their lives.
File-sharing is an official religion in Sweden. It holds CTRL+C and CTRL+V as sacred symbols.
King Charles XIV of Sweden had a tattoo that read “Death to Kings”
There’s a cruise ship that runs between Stockholm, Sweden, and Helsinki, Finland, just to purchase cheap alcohol.
In Brazil, just 43% of adults have a high-school degree. In Sweden, it’s 87%.
There are tuition-free Universities in Finland, Austria, Norway, Germany, and Sweden with careers in English for international students.
Sweden and Norway formed a United Kingdom from 1814 to 1905.