Sweden A-Z

Guess the Sweden related answers for each letter of alfabetet!
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Letter
Hint
Answer
A
Waterloo, Dancing Queen & Mamma Mia
ABBA
B
Sea Sweden coasts
Baltic Sea
C
Inventor of common temperature scale
Anders Celsius
D
Alfred Nobel's notorious invention
Dynamite
E
"Nothing sucks like an __________"
Electrolux
F
Swedish tradition of having a coffee break
Fika
G
Sweden's largest island
Gotland
H
Three brothers that won Eurovision 1984
Herreys
I
Jukkasjärvi is home to the world's first hotel made of...
Ice
J
Title of Swedish nobleman (Hint: Swedish for 'Earl')
Jarl
K
Currency of Sweden
Krona
L
Author of P
Astrid Lindgren
M
Third largest city in Sweden
Malmö
Letter
Hint
Answer
N
Sweden was the first 'N______ country'
Neutral
Ø
Bridge that connects Sweden to Denmark
Øresund Bridge
P
Famous ginger haired children's character
Pippi Longstocking
Q
Sweden always ranks highly in this index
Quality of life
R
The name for the parliament of Sweden
Riksdag
S
Peninsula Sweden is on
Scandinavia
T
The tallest building in Sweden
Turning Torso
U
Oldest university in Sweden
Uppsala University
V
Largest lake in Sweden, fifth largest in Europe
Vänern
W
Holiday on the 30th April celebrating the start of summer
Walpurgis Night
X
King of Sweden is "Carl ___ Gustaf"
XVI
Y
Town right on the southern tip of Sweden
Ystad
Z
One of Sweden's most famous painters of portraits
Anders Zorn
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Level 78
Apr 9, 2016
Ikea isn't an answer
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Level 69
Apr 10, 2016
I feel that one's a bit too obvious, and I wanted to show that there's more to this great country than Ikea :-)
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Level 35
Sep 24, 2017
Valborg should be an acceptable answer for Walpurgis night, as that is what it's called in Swedish.