Location of Sweden in Northern Europe.
Flagmap of Sweden
An enlargeable relief map of the Kingdom of Sweden

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Sweden:

SwedenScandinavian country in Northern Europe, situated between Norway and Finland. Sweden maintained a policy of neutrality in armed conflicts from 1814 until 2009, when it entered into various mutual defence treaties. Sweden joined NATO in 2024. It is a member of the European Union, but retains its own currency (the krona). Swedish icons include Sweden's quality of life, its neutrality, public health care, cars (Volvo, Saab), furniture (IKEA), blonds and pop music performers (ABBA, Roxette, etc.).

General reference

An enlargeable basic map of Sweden

Geography of Sweden

Geography of Sweden

 Norway 1,619 km
 Finland 614 km
  • Coastline: 3,218 km

Environment of Sweden

An enlargeable satellite image of Sweden

Natural geographic features of Sweden

Regions of Sweden

Regions of Sweden

Ecoregions of Sweden

List of ecoregions in Sweden

Administrative divisions of Sweden

Administrative divisions of Sweden

Counties of Sweden

Counties of Sweden

Municipalities of Sweden

Municipalities of Sweden

Provinces of Sweden

Provinces of Sweden The provinces of Sweden, which are primarily historical in significance, are:

Demography of Sweden

Demographics of Sweden

Government and politics of Sweden

King Carl XVI Gustaf

Politics of Sweden

Branches of the State

Executive branch

Legislative branch

Judicial branch

The Bonde Palace in Stockholm houses the Supreme Court of Sweden

Judicial system of Sweden

Foreign relations of Sweden

Foreign relations of Sweden

International organization membership

The Kingdom of Sweden is a member of:[1]

Law and order in Sweden

Law of Sweden

Military of Sweden

Military of Sweden

Local government in Sweden

Local government in Sweden

History of Sweden

History of Sweden

History of Sweden, by period

History of Sweden, by region

History of Sweden, by subject

Culture of Sweden

Culture of Sweden

Art in Sweden

People of Sweden

People of Sweden

Religion in Sweden

Religion in Sweden

Sports in Sweden

Sports in Sweden

Economy and infrastructure of Sweden

Economy of Sweden

Education in Sweden

Education in Sweden

See also

Sweden

References

  1. ^ "Sweden". The World Factbook. United States Central Intelligence Agency. July 2, 2009. Retrieved July 23, 2009.

Wikimedia Atlas of Sweden