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Capital city: Stockholm

Area: 173,371 sq miles, (449,964 sq km)

Population: 8,900,000

Official language:Swedish

Major religions:Christian 85%, other 15%

Government: Multiparty democracy

Currency: Swedish krona

Adult literacy rate: 99%

Life expectancy: 78 years

People per doctor: 370

Televisions: 470 per 1,000 poepleLYING BETWEEN NORWAY and Finland, Sweden stretches from the Arctic north to the fertile south, where most of its small population lives. Sweden’s long industrial traditions and of the world’s most advanced manufacturing countries. Like its neighbors, Sweden is a prosperous place, where equal rights for all groups in society are taken very seriously.



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