Sweden / sværjɛ / (officially the Kingdom of Sweden) is a Nordic country on the Scandinavian peninsula in Northern Europe.

Sweden has a population of 10 million inhabitants and has an area of ​​447 435 km and is geographically the fifth largest country in Europe.

The capital is Stockholm, the largest city in the country with 1.4 million inhabitants.

Sweden is a constitutional monarchy with parliamentary democracy and developed economy.
The country is a member of the United Nations since 1946 and the European Union since 1995.

Language
In Sweden Swedish is spoken, and most people also speak English.

Religion
Sweden has traditionally been seen as a Christian country, belonging to the Evangelical-Lutheran tradition, but is today more regarded as a secular country, where less than half are religiously engaged or privately engage a religion.

From the year 1593 to 2000, the Swedish Church was officially state church in Sweden.

Freedom of religion is a right in Sweden and is enshrined in the Constitution.

Currency
Sweden’s currency is Swedish krona (SEK).

Climate
The southern part of Sweden has the warmest climate and has a coastal climate, but the local variations are large.
Spring usually comes in April when the average temperature is between 8-15 degrees Celcius.