Sweden, [b] officially the Kingdom of Sweden,  [c] is a Nordic country in Northern Europe. It borders Norway to the west and north, Finland to the east, and is connected to Denmark in the southwest by a bridge–tunnel across the Öresund. At 450,295 square kilometres (173,860 sq mi), Sweden is the largest Nordic country, the third-largest ...
Sweden has been a kingdom for a thousand years. In the Middle Ages, Sweden had the same king as Denmark and Norway. In the early 16th century Sweden got its own king, Gustav Vasa. During the 17th century Sweden was a great power. Sweden had taken Estonia, Latvia, and Finland and parts of Norway, Germany, and Russia. In the 18th century Sweden becam...
Sweden has 25 historical provinces (landskap). They are found in three different regions: Norrland in the North, Svealand in the central region, and Götalandin the South.
Sweden has been Christian for a thousand years. Sweden is traditionally a Protestant country, but it is now one of the least religious countries in the world. Statistical surveys say 46-85% of all people in Sweden are agnostics or atheists. This means that they doubt or they do not believe in the existence of a god. About 6.4 million people in Swed...
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Sweden is a country with many talented athletes, such as soccer player Zlatan Ibrahimović. Sweden (men and women's teams combined) has five bronze medals and two silver medals from the World Cup in football (soccer). The soccer league in Sweden is called Allsvenskan (men's) and Damallsvenskan (women's). Sweden has also performed well in ice hockey....Sweden - SverigeStockholmStockholmStockholm
The history of Sweden can be traced back to the melting of the Northern Polar Ice Caps. From as early as 12000 BC, humans have inhabited this area. Throughout the Stone Age, between 8000 BC and 6000 BC, early inhabitants used stone-crafting methods to make tools and weapons for hunting, gathering and fishing as means of survival. 
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The demography of Sweden is monitored by the Statistiska centralbyrån ( Statistics Sweden ). Sweden 's population was 10,481,937 (May 2022), making it the 15th-most populous country in Europe after Czech Republic, the 10th-most populous member state of the European Union, and the 87th-most populous country in the world.
- 10.83 births/1,000 population (2022)
- 0.5% (2022 est.)
- 9.46 deaths/1,000 population (2022)
- 10,481,937 (May 2022)
The Swedish Wikipedia is the Swedish-language edition of Wikipedia and was started on 23 May 2001. It is currently the fourth largest Wikipedia by article count with its 2,553,385 current articles, it has a Wikipedia article depth of 16.33. A majority were generated by Lsjbot, a bot, or software application. The administrators on the Swedish Wikipe...
Swedish Wikipedia was launched by Jimmy Wales on 23 May 2001 as Wikipedia's 4th language version. The "Phase I" UseModWiki software for sv.wikipedia.com was translated by Linus Tolke and the "Phase III" MediaWiki was translated by Dan Koehl together with Johan Dahlin and Max Walter. The latter, contemporary PHP-engined MediaWiki Swedish interface p...
In 2019 the Swedish Wikipedia had 354,000 unique categories. The average article in this language version had 5 categories and ratio of unique categories to articles was 0.094. The categories with the largest number of articles in 2019 were Life and Geography. In the Swedish Wikipedia, articles related to Geography and Life had the highest average ...
In March 2020 the Swedish Wikipedia contained 20.1 million references, wherein 4.31% of them had the DOI and 0.72% of references contained the ISBN.