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Stay at a Full-rigged Steel Ship in Stockholm

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In the Footsteps of a Swedish Crusader

In Western Sweden you can follow in the footsteps of a Swedish crusader, the fictional Arn Magnusson, created by the Swedish author Jan Guillot.   If...

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The indigenous Sami of northern Scandinavia, a hardy semi-nomadic people, can trace their roots back thousands of years.The Sami call themselves “the people of...

Sweden’s First Gastro-Hotel

PM & Friends (PM & Vänner) ranks among Sweden’s top ten restaurants, according to the country’s leading authority on dining, the White Guide.Restaurant PM...

National Parks in Scandinavia

The Scandinavian region has many national parks, each with its own claim to unique native flora and fauna.Denmark’s parks are very new – the...
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