Why is Sweden called Sweden?

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It is called "Sverige". Sweden is just an English translation.

The word "Sverige" is formed by two other words, "Svea" which is an old name for one of the old nations forming Sweden and the word "rike" (or with old spelling "rige") which means kingdom. Sverige = kingdom of Svea.
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Where is Sweden?

Sweden is a sovereign state in northern Europe on the Scandinavian peninsula. It lies between Norway (to the west) and Finland (to the east). The Baltic Sea connects Sweden t

What can you do in Sweden?

There are many activities for people when visiting Sweden,including festivals. People can also enjoy museums, theme parks,and landmarks.

What is Sweden?

Sweden is a souvereign state in the north of Europe on the peninsula of Scandinavia. It borders to Norway and Finland on land. It borders to those countries over seas: Denmark

What are the states in Sweden called?

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Fine, thank you - and you, wherever you are? Hur mår du? (how areyou feeling?) Hur har du det? (how is life?)