16 interesting and surprising facts about life in Sweden
Everyone knows that Sweden has a very high standard of living. And there are also many interesting innovations and features in this country that are not available in other countries, and here are just a few examples. This small list of facts about life in Sweden has been compiled by people who know everything from the inside.
"It's great if I need the Internet. I can sit next to the trash can for a couple of hours!"
"This is a centiliter. This is a can of soda with a volume of 33 liters, which is 0.33 liters."
"I received a letter from my insurance company, which said:" Last year we earned much more than we expected, so we are returning part of the profit to our customers. Your 245 CZK will be refunded to your account.“ I was in shock."
"Sweden would be a completely different country if it didn't recycle everything. Once a year, all bicycles abandoned on the street receive an orange sticker, and if the owner does not pick up the bike, a special service takes it out. Then these bikes go to thrift stores, where everyone can buy the one they like at a good price. Everyone is happy, the streets are clean."
"We also collect organic waste. As you can see, you can add meat, fish, tea, coffee, vegetables and bread to such a package. Actually, it's very convenient."
"This island is only one hour's drive from Gothenburg. Cars are not allowed there, and the population is about 400 people."
"We have special rooms for collecting garbage in apartment buildings and these cool pipes for garbage, compost and newspapers/papers."
"These candies and marmalade are sold by weight. They can be sweet, sour, salty, very salty or spicy, and there are vegan ones. There are also licorice. They can be sweet, salty or spicy."
"Since there are very few homeless pets in Sweden, getting a pet is a big and important step, and a serious responsibility. Usually people get insurance for their pets, because veterinary clinics are extremely expensive."
"It's just for the sake of this that I want to move there."
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