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  1. Suecia - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    En 2003, Suecia rechazó el euro como moneda a través de un referéndum, por lo que actualmente la moneda oficial del país es la corona sueca (SEK). [128] El banco central de Suecia es Sveriges Riksbank, que fue fundado en 1668, lo que lo hace el banco central más antiguo del mundo. [129]

  2. Suécia – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    A Suécia é uma monarquia constitucional, onde o rei Carlos XVI Gustavo da Suécia é o chefe de Estado, porém com poderes limitados a funções oficiais e cerimoniais. [54] A Economist Intelligence Unit , embora reconhecendo que a democracia é algo complexo de ser medido, classificou a Suécia no primeiro lugar do Índice de Democracia ...

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  3. Sweden - Wikipedia

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    63°N 16°E  /  63°N 16°E  / 63; 16 Kingdom of Sweden Konungariket Sverige (Swedish) Flag Coat of arms Motto: (royal) "För Sverige – i tiden" [a] "For Sweden – With the Times" Anthem: Du gamla, Du fria [b] Royal anthem: Kungssången Song of the King Show globe Show map of Europe Location of Sweden (dark green) – in Europe (green & dark grey) – in the European Union (green ...

  4. Name of Sweden - Wikipedia

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    In modern English, the name of Sweden is derived from 17th century Middle Dutch and Middle Low German. In Old English, the country was named Swéoland and Swíoríce. Anglo-Norman of the 12th and 13th centuries used Suane and Swane. In Scots, Swane and Swaine appear in the 16th century. Early Modern English used Swedeland. The Old English name of the land Sweden was Sweoland or Sweorice, land or realm of the Sweonas, whereas the Germanic tribe of the Swedes was called Svíþjóð in Old...

    The modern English name Sweden was loaned from Dutch. Before the gradual introduction of Sweden in the 17th century, English used Swedeland or Sweathland. It is based on Middle Dutch Zweden, the Dutch name of Sweden, and in origin the dative plural of Zwede "Swede". It has been in use in English from about 1600, first recorded in Scottish Swethin, Swadne. Country names based on a dative plural in -n became productive in German and Dutch in the 15th century; compare German Italien "Italy", Spanie

    In Sweden, the form Swerike is attested from the end of the 13th century, Svearike, from the 14th century, as well as the Icelandic Svíaríki and the Old Gutnish Suiariki. In those days the meaning was restricted to the older Swedish region in Svealand and did not always include Götaland, the land of the Geats. The word rike translates to "realm" and also appears in the name of the legislature, Riksdag. Towards the end of the 15th century, the form had changed to Swerighe both in Swedish ...

    A naming that stems from a completely different root is the one used in some Finnic languages, in Finnish Ruotsi, in Estonian Rootsi, in Northern Sami Ruoŧŧa, probably derived from various uses of rōþs-, i.e., "related to rowing" in Old Swedish, cf. Rus, probably through the old name of the coast of North Svealand, Roslagen, and to the fact that before sailboats were established in the Baltic Sea, row boats were used to traverse it.

    The name of Sweden was Latinized as Suecia adopted in various Romance and Slavic languages, including Spanish Suecia, Catalan Suècia, Portuguese Suécia, Russian Швеция Shvetsiya, and in non-European languages influenced by such languages, In these languages, there is frequent confusion between the names of Sweden and of Switzerland. There is a historical tradition going back to at least the 15th century to the effect that Schwyz was indeed named after the Swedes. Ericus Olai in his ...

  5. Suecia - Wikipedia, e ensiklopedia liber

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  6. Suecia - Wikipedia, a enciclopedia libre

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    Suecia [1] (en sueco: Sverige, (AFI), escoitar), oficialmente Reino de Suecia, é un país nórdico situado na península escandinava. Limitado ao norte e oeste con Noruega e ao leste con Finlandia , está conectado con Dinamarca pola ponte-túnel de Oresund , cruzando o estreito de Öreseund .

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  7. Suedia - Wikipedia

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    Suedia (în suedeză Sverige; pronunție suedeză: /ˈsvɛːrjɛ/) sau Regatul Suediei (Konungariket Sverige) este un stat în Europa de Nord, situat în partea estică a peninsulei Scandinave, la țărmurile Mării Baltice (Golful Botnic).

  8. COVID-19 pandemic in Sweden - Wikipedia

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    The COVID-19 pandemic in Sweden is part of the pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).The virus was confirmed to have reached Sweden on 31 January 2020, when a woman returning from Wuhan tested positive.

  9. Landsort - Wikipedia

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    Landsort (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈlânːdsʊʈ]) is a Swedish village with a lighthouse on the island of Öja.The village has around 30 permanent residents. The tower was built in 1689, with an upper conical iron section added in 1870.

  10. Suecia – Wikipedia

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    Suecia, latin för Sverige, är ett svenskt motorcykelmärke tillverkat på Sueciaverken i Örkelljunga åren 1928-1939.. Suecia tillverkade inga egna motorer, utan köpte in sådana i storlekarna 250-750cc från M.A.G., J.A.P. och Blackburne.

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