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News Gallery

  • No more tours for Roxette
    The popular Swedish duo, Marie Fredriksson and Per Gessle have cancelled all future tours.

  • Celebration at Skansen
    Skansen is celebrating its 125th anniversary throughout 2016. As if to celebrate a new family of four appeared for the first time in public.

  • Dalarna: the Very Essence of Sweden
    The traditional church boats of Siljan Lake in Dalarna

  • The orient express on water
    Traveling in style from Göteborg to Stockholm and vice versa; Sweden's Göta Kanal offers a unique experience of the country.

  • Aerial Stockholm
    Sweden's capital is one of few major cities where hot air ballooning over the town is till allowed. (Not while President Obama visits but most of the ...

  • Sometimes touring the country
    ..will offer surprise encounters along the way, such as this one, just north of Umeå, European Cultural Capital in 2014.

  • Traveling in the Summer
    ..through Sweden can offer the most amazing sceneries, the colors and experiences out of this world.

  • Nordic Delicacies
    This piece of Norway in the heart of Brooklyn - located at 6909 3rd Avenue. Find Scandinavian homemade and imported food and gift items.

  • Just Scandinavian
    Josef Frank fabric, Gustavsberg and Bruno Mattson - New York's answer to Stockholm's Svenskt Tenn!

  • Camilla Läckberg in New York
    Swedish best selling crime writer Camilla Läckberg, left, in New York for book signings and the launch of a newly translated title, "The Stonecutter"

  • Chicago's Andersonville
    The sign at the entrance to the Swedish American Museum leaves very little to the imagination - "Välkommen" / Welcome!

  • Chicago's Andersonville
    The Chicago Andersonville area was settled by first generation Swedish immigrants after the Chicago fire in 1871.

  • Chicago's Andersonville
    The Swedish American Museum's permanent exhibition offers a glimpse of the troublesome journey for the 19th century immigrants.

  • Fjällräven - The outerwear store
    Buy a famous Konken or a "Foxy" coat designed for exploring the North Pole at 262 Mott St, Nolita.

  • Tretorn - For shoe lovers
    Known for rubber rain boots and tennis balls, the footwear and sporting company is located at 150 Spring St, SoHo.