Sweden, it is a country in Europe. The capital of Sweden is Stockholm.
Sweden is a Nordic country in Scandinavia. The terrain is mostly flat or gentle lowlands, but there are mountains near Norway to the west. Its highest point, Kebnekaise, is 6,926 feet (2,111 m). In Sweden, two large rivers flow into the Gulf of Botnia: Ume, Thorn and Ungman. In addition, the largest lake in Western Europe (and the third largest in Europe) is located in the southwest of the country.
In Sweden there are 21 counties that are administrative districts of the first level of the district. The political map of Sweden shows the various administrative divisions that make up the Kingdom of Sweden. The country borders on countries such as Finland and Norway as well as on the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Botnia. Stockholm is the capital of the country and is located on the coast. The country's geographic coordinates are 62 ° north latitude and 15 ° east longitude.
The Vasa Museum in Stockholm is Sweden's most popular museum and attracts around a million visitors annually. Skansen is the oldest open air museum in the world, a historic village made up of houses and farms across Sweden. Skansen is located in the huge city of Djurgarden Park, which is a popular place for locals, especially in summer. There are traditional cafes, restaurants, snack bars and even hotels. If you are energetic, you can also rent canoes and bicycles. Stockholm's old town is called Gamla Stan and was built in the mid-13th century. Despite maintaining the typical Scandinavian style, most medieval enclaves are still freshly brushed and painted. Stockholm is often called Venice of the North. Water is everywhere, there are about 30,000 islands in the beautiful Stockholm archipelago.