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Сведин Нутг
Kingdom of Sweden
Konungariket Sverige
Уран(Royal) "För Sverige i tiden"[a] 
"For Sweden – With the Times" 
Частр'Du gamla, Du fria'[b]
Thou ancient, thou free
Хаанин Частр'Kungssången'
The Song of the King
Location of Sweden
 Сведин Нутгин һазр орм  (dark green)

– on the European continent  (light green & dark grey)
– in the European Union  (light green)  —  [Legend]

Хотол Балһсан
(Аһу Ик Балһсан бас)
59°21′N 18°4′E / 59.350°N 18.067°E / 59.350; 18.067
Келн Swedish[c]
Орн нутугин улус  81.9% Swedes[1][d]
5.1% Finns[2]
13.0% other (2009)[3][4]
Улусин нерн Swedish or Swedes
Залвр Unitary parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy
 -  Monarch King Carl XVI Gustaf
 -  Prime Minister Stefan Löfven (S)
 -  Speaker of
the Riksdag
Per Westerberg (M)
 -  Personal union w. Denmark and Norway June 17, 1397 
 -  de facto independent kingdom June 6, 1523 
 -  end of Scandinavian union ratified 1524 
 -  Swedish-Norwegian Union begins November 4, 1814 
 -  Swedish-Norwegian Union ends August 13, 1905 
EU accession 1 January 1995
 -  Бүклдән 449,964 km2 (57th)
173,745 sq mi 
 -  Усна аһу (%) 8.7
Олн улус
 -  2009 census 9,354,462[5] 
 -  Олн улусин нигитнь 20.6/km2 (192nd)
53,3/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2009 estimate
 -  Total $331.504 billion[6] 
 -  Per capita $35,965[6] 
GDP (nominal) 2009 estimate
 -  Total $405.440 billion[6] 
 -  Per capita $43,986[6] 
Gini (2005) 23 (low
HDI (2007) 0.963[7] (very high) (7th)
Currency Swedish krona (SEK)
Цагин бус CET (UTC+1)
 -  Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Date formats yyyy-mm-dd,
d/m yyyy,
Drives on the right[e]
ТЛД .se[f]
Calling code 46
a. ^ 'För Sverige - I tiden' has been adopted by Carl XVI Gustaf as his personal motto.

b. ^ 'Du gamla, Du fria' has never been officially adopted as national anthem, but is so by convention.
c. ^ Since July 1, 2009.[8][9] Five other languages are officially recognized as minority languages.[10] They are: Finnish, Meänkieli, Romani, Sami, and Yiddish. The Swedish Sign Language also has a special status.
d. ^ As of 2008, 18% of the population had foreign origins (13% if excluding Finns and 9% if also excluding other Scandinavians), with 14% foreign-born and another 4% born in Sweden of two foreign-born parents.[11]
e. ^ Since 3 September 1967.

f. ^ The .eu domain is also used, as it is shared with other European Union member states. The .nu domain is another commonly used top-level domain ("nu" means "now" in Swedish).

Заалтс[ясх | иш ясх]

  1. Befolkningsstatistik
  2. See Sweden Finns.
  3. Summary of Population Statistics 1960 - 2008
  4. Note that Swedish-speaking Finns or other Swedish-speakers born outside Sweden might self-identify as Swedish despite being born abroad. Moreover, people born within Sweden may not be ethnic Swedes.
  5. Befolkningsstatistik
  6. 6,0 6,1 6,2 6,3 Sweden
  7. Human Development Report 2009. The United Nations. Retrieved 5 October 2009.
  8. Språklagen
  9. Swedish becomes official 'main language'
  10. Är svenskan också officiellt språk i Sverige?
  11. Summary of Population Statistics 1960 - 2008 - Statistics Sweden (proportion of foreign background, including foreign-born and Swedish-born with two foreign-born parents)