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August - the crayfish month



The Swedes are big on traditions and like most people love an excuse for a party. So every August,...

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Impress the locals - cooking crayfish the Swedish way


Throwing your own crayfish party? Here is a tasty but simple recipe.

Ingredients (4-6 people)

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Eid al-Fitr celebrations begin


Today many celebrate the end of Ramadan with Eid al-Fitr; the Muslim holiday which celebrates the...

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Outdoor eating



If you spend the weekend in nature – walking, fishing, picking mushrooms – what could...

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10 practical tips when you've moved to Sweden



Like any other country, Sweden comes with its own laws, tax regulations and social traditions. From...

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Gothenburg's international grocery stores

Photo: Star5112/Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Looking for a taste of home or maybe something exotic? Gothenburg is peppered with international...

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20 things to know before moving to Sweden

A typical Swedish fika

As diverse as Sweden is, there are a few societal norms that are distinctly Swedish. Understanding...

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Job hunting in West Sweden


Learn Swedish, be proactive and don’t give up. These were some of the main advice presented...

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Making a relationship work after relocation


Part 2 of Göteborg Daily's series: A new life abroad. In this article Dr. Julie provides...

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Ring dancing, often around a Midsummer pole, is a key part of any public Midsummer celebration

In pictures: Midsummer celebrations in Slottsskogen

Singing and dancing at one of Gothenburg’s most popular public Midsummer celebrations...

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Modern Swedish Literature

<span>Stieg Larsson was a relatively unknown writer when the Millennium trilogy was published. The books became an enormous success with readers all over the world.</span>

Swedish is one of the ten most translated languages in the world when it comes to works of fiction....

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Give your Swedish skills a summer boost


People of all ages and from all over the world study Swedish during the summer months at Folkuniversitetet...

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Celebrating Midsummer



The summer solstice is the reason why we celebrate Midsummer. Ever since pagan times, Swedes have...

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Midsummer celebrations 2014



JUNE 20. Dancing around the maypole, folk dancing and flower wreaths – here are some popular...

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National Day celebrations 2014

<span>National Day celebrations in Slottsskogen</span>

It’s Sweden’s National Day this week, on Friday, June 6. The day is a public holiday...

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Meet the average Anderssons


The Anderssons are an ordinary Swedish family with a mother, a father and 1.55 children. They have the most common surname in Sweden...

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The Swedish summer house - a love affair

<span>A very swedish \

Come June, tens of thousands of Swedes abandon towns and cities and head to their summer houses for...

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7 ways to build a social life in Sweden



You’ve landed in Sweden and taken care of all the paperwork. Next up is making some Swedish...

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The Swedish myths: true, false or somewhere in between?


Is it true that Swedes are suicide-prone? And what about Swedish sin - does it exist? Are Swedes as...

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‘Now I’m in the position to support younger women’

From left to right: Sandy, Jenny and Marianna

A professor in electrical engineering, a lawyer and an IT manager. Marianna, Jenny and Sandy may...

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'Why do I find it so difficult to adapt?'


Certain people have an especially difficult time adjusting to life in a new country. This is...

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Business in Sweden – an expat’s view



Swedish business people consider themselves lagom – average, or just right. They’re...

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Working in Sweden: the path to working life in Sweden

<span>Volvo Cars, Gothenburg: the automotive industry is one of the top business sectors of Sweden. </span>

There are many reasons for coming to Sweden to work. The Swedish labour market is renowned for...

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10 things that make Sweden family-friendly



Swedish income taxes are high – granted. But a large share goes into providing a work–...

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How far can English take you in Sweden?


Sweden is a country where almost everyone can speak English. So why bother to learn Swedish? Edina...

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