Until the 13th century, Sweden was divided into single union, In 1280 King Magnus Ladulås issued a statute authorizing the establishment of nobility and the organization of society on the feudal model.
Trade grew during the 14th century, especially with the German towns grouped under the leadership of Lübeck. By the mid-16th century, this group, known as the Hanseatic League, dominated Swedish trade
The Kalmar Union period was into the 14-16 centuries and included the crowns of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden
1544 is Vasa period which was the foundation of the Swedish state and continued till 1700 the Swedish empire period
In the Northern war, Sweden lost most of its territory in the Baltic and get size Sweden and Finland. During the Napoleonic Wars, Sweden surrendered Finland to Russia and get Union with Norway
The industry did not begin to grow until the 1890s, although it then developed rapidly between 1900 and 1930 and transformed Sweden into one of Europe’s leading industrial nations after World War II.
Sweden joined the EU on January 1, 1995. In a national referendum in 2003, a majority of the country’s voters voted not to join the euro.
In May 2022, Sweden formally applied to join NATO.
Places to see
Stockholm included Stockholm's Old Town, known as Gamla Stan, The Vasa Museum in Stockholm, and Stockholm City Hall, built between 1911 and 1923, using an astonishing eight million bricks. It is considered one of the finest examples of National Romanticism, designed by the architect Ragnar Östberg. Three crowns top the 106-meter-tall tower, and the Nobel Prize is presented here each year. Visiting Royal Palace,
Fairy-tale Drottningholm Palace, on the island of Lovö, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Visby town on the island of Gotland. Visby's reputation as 'the pearl of the Baltic and UNESCO World Heritage Site
Kärnan & the Fredriksdal Open-Air Museum in Helsingborg historical city from the 14 century
IMagnificent Oresund Bridge in Malmo connected Sweden with Denmark
Domcathedral in Uppsala from the 13 century, was built in Neo Gothik style
Abisko National Park, Lapland, located 200 kilometers inside the Arctic Circle, present nordic wildlife and natural beauty, there's a higher chance of seeing the Northern Lights