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Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Sweden. Get inspired and try out new things.
The 10 most beautiful places to see autumn in Sweden. From ivy-covered libraries and castles to small villages in full-on autumn colours.

Here are the 15 best things to do in Skåne, a county located in Southern Sweden filled with beautiful nature and picturesque towns.

The Londoner » Logger’s Lodge, Sweden

For the last leg of our trip to Northern Sweden, we headed deeper into the wilderness. Waving goodbye to the picturesque little town of Harads, with it’s snow dusted church and pastel painted wooden houses. Out onto the white velvet ribbon of a highway. We travelled further and further into the forrest, until we were […]

Travel to northern Sweden for unforgettable winter holidays in Lapland — secret-travel.guide

Want to go on an adventurous holiday this winter with lots of snow-related activities? Then consider visiting the picturesque Swedish Lapland, Kiruna. This popular travel destination was once a major iron mining town, where the indigenous Sami people settled more than 6,000 years ago. Today, the stu

Brännö island day trip - Gothenburg, Sweden | PACK THE SUITCASES

My guide to Brännö island: the best day trip from Gothenburg, Sweden. Discover this car-free, idyllic island on the archipelago.

15 Best Things to do in Skåne, Sweden + Interactive Map

Here are the 15 best things to do in Skåne, a county located in Southern Sweden filled with beautiful nature and picturesque towns.

Viking Swords at Stavanger Swords Monument-representing peace and unity-in memory of Harald the "Fairheaded" and the great battle of Hafrsfjord year 872 which united the kingdom of Norway.  Sven's dad grew up here.  Love it!

In Stavanger, Norway there is an area near the seashore where a tremendous battle took place back during the age of the Vikings. This battle apparently helped unify the country. These swords are 10 meters tall. From Stavanger-Web.com Three enormous bronze swords stand monument to the battle of Hafrsfjord in the year 872, when Harald Hårfagre (Fairheaded Harald) united Norway into one kingdom. The monument was designed by Fritz Røed (1928 - 2002) from Bryne, just south of Stavanger. It was…

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