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What is the second most populous city?
Malmö is the 3rd and Uppsala the 4th
Which one is the Sweden's largest lake?
It is Europe's 4th largest and European Union's largest
Which one of these countries used to be a part of Sweden up until 1809?
Sweden lost Finland in the result of the Finnish War to Russia
Which one of these figures is NOT on any of the Swedish banknotes?
Which one of these was NOT made or invented by Swedes?
Firefighting foam was invented by the Russians
In which year did Sweden join the European Union?
Sweden joined together with Finland and Austria in that year
What is the name of the bridge that connects Sweden and Denmark to each other?
It is Europe's biggest bridge that connects two countries to each other
Which one of these is NOT one of three "Lands" of Sweden?
It is the "Land" of the Sami people
Sweden has 5 recognized minority languages, which one is NOT one of them?
Despite its radical increase, it is not
On which one of these does Sweden have a monopoly?
Systembolaget is the only store you can buy alcohol in Sweden
Stockholm, the capital, is built up of how many main islands?
IKEA is originally from which province of Sweden?
It opened its first store in the twn of Älmhult under the name "Möbel-IKÉA"
True or false - Sweden used to be a left-hand traffic country up until 1967
Swedish wasn't made an official language of Sweden up until which year?
Swedish was the most commonly used language before 2009, but it was not state's language, just like U.S.A.
The founder of current royal house of Sweden, Charles XIV John, was actually NOT Swedish. Which country was he from?
It was supposed to be Danish prince, but he died after a year he was elected to be the king of Sweden.
In 1766 Sweden became the first country in the world to introduce a constitutional law to abolish which one of these?