Swedish symbols and traditions

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Visby on Island of Gotland, Sweden Sweden Stockholm, Kingdom Of Sweden, Swedish Flag, Visit Sweden, Sweden Travel, Italy Travel, Scandinavian Countries, Alaska, Norway

Flight 001 — 001 COUNTRY PER YEAR

001 COUNTRY PER YEAR is a challenge to YOU to visit one new country every year our mission is to inspire travel to new countries and promote cultural connections around the globe. Brought to you by...

Royal Guards in Stockholm, Sweden - IgoUgo Swedish Symbols, European Vacation Packages, The Swede, Swedish Girls, Honor Guard, Royal Guard, Midnight Sun, Gothenburg, Stockholm Sweden

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On December 13 Sweden celebrates Lucia Day. The event symbolizes light in the midst of a dark winter. Swedish Christmas, Scandinavian Christmas, Christmas Love, Winter Christmas, Lappland, Snowboards, Lund, Santa Lucia Day, Swedish Traditions

Das Luciafest: das Fest der Herzen - SCHWEDENHAPPEN.CH

In Schweden wid am 13. Dezember das Luciafest gefeiert. Kerzenschein, Lucialieder und Lussekatter werden auch euch besinnlich stimmen.

Folklore costumes from Dala-Floda in Darlecarlia, Sweden) Folklore, Folk Costume, Costumes, Swedish Christmas, Swedish Style, Textiles, World Cultures, Sandro, Traditional Dresses

Such terrifically pretty, eye-catchingly pretty colours and embroidered patterends (costumes from Dala-Floda in Darlecarlia, Sweden). #Sweden #Swedish #traditional #costume #clothing #folk #dress #travel

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The exhibition of old Swedish folk art Dala horses in Dalarnas Museum in Falun (feltangel) Scandinavian Folk Art, Scandinavian Christmas, Fjord Horse, Wooden Horse, Horse Sculpture, Swedish Design, Nordic Style, Horse Art, Museum

The exhibition of Dala horses in Dalarnas Museum in Falun

Dalarna Museum in Falun has an exhibition of Dala Horses from different parts of the region through the ages. The brightly painted hand carved wooden ‘Dala Horse’ has become a global icon associated with the whole of Sweden rather than purely Dalarna. These traditional wooden horses are still made in the village of Nusnäs outside Mora. You can watch horses being carved and painted there. Dala horses were originally carved by forestry workers when they sat around the fire at the end of…

-The Midsummer festival- This spirited event is based off of the summer solstice in Northern Europe. Sweden, in particular, highlights the June festivities with maypoles, music, and feasts! Voyage Suede, Kingdom Of Sweden, About Sweden, The Swede, Scandinavian Countries, Festivals Around The World, Swedish Style, Family Roots, Thinking Day

More on the Maypole. A midsummer maypole in Sweden.

Here is a video of the midsummer dancing round the maypole in Sweden with participants in late 18th century dress. Sweden's midsummer ma...

Annual Swedish Midsummer Fest at Scandinavian Club! Saturday June 2013 at Dance around the Maypole with traditional Swedish . Swedish Traditions, The Swede, Swedish Interiors, Beltane, Summer Solstice, June Solstice, Uppsala, Stockholm, Nostalgia

Glad Midsommar!

Midsommar or Midsummer, is one of the most important days in the Swedish calendar! This is because in Sweden, it marks the beginning and th...

Folk Costume from Leksand, Dalarna, Sweden. In Leksand the old tradition of waring folk custume is still very present on midsummer, weddings and special occasions Folklore, Folk Costume, Costumes, The Swede, Swedish Girls, Art Populaire, Scandinavian Countries, Ethnic Dress, My Heritage

Midsummer day

So what happens at a Swedish midsummer? Well, we celebrate the summer, we put flowers in our hair. We eat sill (herring) and we dance around a big pole which is decorated with leaves and flowers. Very pretty! And a lot of the swedes get pissed out of their senses. Not so pretty. Beppe enjoys…