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Swedish Culture: NYC Midsummer, Hot Shots, G Vle Goat, Saint Lucys Day, Cinema of Sweden, Rya, Swedish Festivities, Culture of Sweden

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Published September 4th 2011
ISBN : 9781157387626
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64 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 62. Chapters: NYC Midsummer, Hot Shots, G vle goat, Saint Lucys Day, Cinema of Sweden, Rya, Swedish festivities,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 62. Chapters: NYC Midsummer, Hot Shots, G vle goat, Saint Lucys Day, Cinema of Sweden, Rya, Swedish festivities, Culture of Sweden, Censorship in Sweden, Raggare, Dalecarlian horse, List of reported lake monsters, Public holidays in Sweden, Anglo-Swedish Society, Swedish name day list of 2001, DreamHack, Roundabout dog, Gjenganger, American Swedish Institute, Swedish fashion, Semla, Lagom, Three Crowns, Fika, Peoples Houses, Flag days in Sweden, National Day of Sweden, Tarmvred, WALTIC, Jante Law, Vasa Order of America, Mother Svea, Hour of the wolf, Crayfish party, Name of Sweden, List of Swedish cultural institutions, Finnish Swedish Heritage Day, Mora knife, Tempography, Swedish Institute for Language and Folklore, Knutmasso, Sweden Day, Gyckel, Svenska Turistf reningen, Folkets park k vlinge, Hallandia antiqua et hodierna, Freja Film, Smoking in Sweden, UppCon, Suecia Antiqua et Hodierna, Arbetarnas bildningsf rbund, Waffle day, Swedish Open Cultural Heritage, Gustav Adolfsdagen, Julotta, Monks cloth, UFO sightings in Sweden, Gask, Institute for Dialectology, Onomastics and Folklore Research in Ume, Majblomma, Midvinterblot. Excerpt: Midsummer may simply refer to the period of time centered upon the summer solstice, but more often refers to specific European celebrations that accompany the actual solstice, or that take place on a day between June 21 and June 24, and the preceding evening. The exact dates vary between different cultures. Midsummer is especially important in the Scandinavian culture where it is the most celebrated holiday apart from Christmas. European midsummer-related holidays, traditions, and celebrations are pre-Christian in origin. They are particularly important in Northern Europe - Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia and Lithuania - but are also found in Germany, Ireland, parts of Britai...