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Sweden is considered part of Scandinavia
Sweden is a NATO member
Sweden was officially neutral during WWII
Stockholm is built on islands
Sweden has never had any colonies outside of Europe
Sweden established colonies in the Americas, Asia, and Africa, though most were short-lived
Every category of Nobel Prize is awarded in Stockholm
Nobel Peace Prize is awarded in Oslo, Norway
The 10 most common family names in Sweden all end in "-son"
Sweden has hosted both the Summer Olympics and FIFA World Cup
Summer Olympics in 1912 and FIFA World Cup in 1958
"Högertrafikomläggningen" was the day in 1967 where Sweden switched from driving on the left to driving on the right
Swedish and Finnish are very similar languages
They are in completely different language families
Ingmar Bergman was Ingrid Bergman's father
Sweden's flag is blue and yellow only
Denmark and Sweden are connected via a bridge
More than 95% of Swedish residents were born in Sweden
About 20% of residents were born in a different country, the most common being Syria, Iraq, and Finland
ABBA recorded the hit song "Waterloo"
Norrmalm and Östermalm = mainland
I was confused by the ‘is Stockholm built on islands’ question and went for no, meaning ‘only about half of it’. Please could you clarify the question.