@sweden

@sweden

@sweden

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Curators of Sweden is over – the last tweet has been posted. Keep following Sweden on @swedense on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Old tweets will remain here.

Sweden
Joined on January 28, 2009
@sweden Statistics

We looked inside some of the tweets by @sweden and found useful information for you.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
an hour
Average replies
29
Average retweets
50
Average likes
288
Tweets with photos
55 / 100
Tweets with videos
10 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

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3. in country Sweden and category Hobbies

91. in country Sweden

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@sweden
2 years ago
From the @sweden team: After 7 years and 356 twitterers, it's time to say goodbye. Thank you, curators – for having shared Sweden with the world! Bye-bye followers – it’s been fun and wild, but mostly fun! ❤️ 👋 #thankyoucurators

From the @sweden team: After 7 years and 356 twitterers, it's time to say goodbye. Thank you, curators – for having shared Sweden with the world! Bye-bye followers – it’s been fun and wild, but mostly fun! ❤️ 👋 #thankyoucurators

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@sweden
2 years ago
So, this is it.

From the last curator (@maxelson) and the first curator (@kwasbeb).

HEJ DÅ! (Good bye!)

So, this is it. From the last curator (@maxelson) and the first curator (@kwasbeb). HEJ DÅ! (Good bye!)

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@sweden
2 years ago

And blog about traditions and holidays at

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@sweden
2 years ago

All good things come to an end. In an hour or so I will tweet the last tweet from this account, not just my last but the last one from this account for ever. It has been a great week. Now I will go back to tweet from @maxelson and @hogtider

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@sweden
2 years ago
Other things indicates that the movie takes place years after the war.
Les mots by Sartre (1964)
TV (late 1950s)
The show Nygammalt (1971)

Other things indicates that the movie takes place years after the war. Les mots by Sartre (1964) TV (late 1950s) The show Nygammalt (1971)

@sweden
2 years ago
One funny thing is that the film contains several anachronism songs.

Many things indicates that the movie takes place during WW2.

Most notably a nazi flag.
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One funny thing is that the film contains several anachronism songs. Many things indicates that the movie takes place during WW2. Most notably a nazi flag.

@sweden
2 years ago
The short movie was first aired Christmas eve 1975 and since then over one million swedes watch it ever year.

The short movie was first aired Christmas eve 1975 and since then over one million swedes watch it ever year.

@sweden
2 years ago
When he started the process the voice actors were already done so Åhlin had to adjust his drawings to the voices.

The main character (Karl-bertil Jonsson) was played by a young boy named Per Andrén. And Per Åhlin was inspired by a young Tage Danielsson.

When he started the process the voice actors were already done so Åhlin had to adjust his drawings to the voices. The main character (Karl-bertil Jonsson) was played by a young boy named Per Andrén. And Per Åhlin was inspired by a young Tage Danielsson.

@sweden
2 years ago
Instead painter Per Åhlin got the assignment to draw the story.

He had made some drawings in 1964 for a special edition of the book.

Instead painter Per Åhlin got the assignment to draw the story. He had made some drawings in 1964 for a special edition of the book.

@sweden
2 years ago

In 1975 Svt (Swedish television) wanted to make a movie from Danielssons story. The plan was to make a real movie with real actors but the budget was limited.

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@sweden
2 years ago

The story was written by Tage Danielsson in 1964 and is about a fourteen year old boy who steals Christmas gifts from the wealthy to give to the poor people of Stockholm while working in a post office on Christmas Eve.

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@sweden
2 years ago

Every Christmas eve at 7 pm me and my family gather around the TV to watch 30 minutes of pure Christmas magic. Sagan om Karl-bertil Jonssons julafton (The fairy tale of Karl-bertil Jonsson and his Christmas eve) has been on swedish television since 1975.

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@sweden
2 years ago
Do you know who is my favorite swedish character?

Santa Claus? The Christmas goat? Arne Weise? Ferdinand the bull? No.

My favorite Christmas character is this fourteen year old guy.

Do you know who is my favorite swedish character? Santa Claus? The Christmas goat? Arne Weise? Ferdinand the bull? No. My favorite Christmas character is this fourteen year old guy.

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@sweden
2 years ago
However, Lucia and Lucifer have a common root in the Latin word "lux" meaning "light".

And lights and candles are very important in swedish celebrations during December (from advent to new years) because of the darkness.

However, Lucia and Lucifer have a common root in the Latin word "lux" meaning "light". And lights and candles are very important in swedish celebrations during December (from advent to new years) because of the darkness.

@sweden
2 years ago

According to several sources, "Lusse" derives from Lucifer (ie the Devil). However, when the word "lussekatt" first begins to be used in the late 19th century, it is derived in the same way as eg. "lussebrud" (Lucia bride) it's unlikely that it's derived from Lucifer.

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@sweden
2 years ago
The devil's cat name changed to lussekatter because "lusse" or "lussi" is an alternative prefix instead of "lucia".

The devil's cat name changed to lussekatter because "lusse" or "lussi" is an alternative prefix instead of "lucia".

@sweden
2 years ago
The modern lucia celebration begins to emerge in Sweden in the late 19th century, and it is also then that saffron starts to be used as Christmas sprouts (although in Gothenburg, for example, lussekatter without saffron have been baked).

The modern lucia celebration begins to emerge in Sweden in the late 19th century, and it is also then that saffron starts to be used as Christmas sprouts (although in Gothenburg, for example, lussekatter without saffron have been baked).

@sweden
2 years ago

Jan-Öjvind Swahn writes: "Lussekatter had their counterpart in the cakes that St Nicolaus gave to children, and when his role was taken over by Kinken Jes, he continued with the buns . For some reason, they received the name "duiveskatter" in the low German, = "Devil's cat."

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@sweden
2 years ago
Ok. What about the lussekatter?

It's a sweet S-shaped bun that is flavoured with saffron and raisins.

Traditionally it's eaten around mid December (Lucia Dec 13).

Ok. What about the lussekatter? It's a sweet S-shaped bun that is flavoured with saffron and raisins. Traditionally it's eaten around mid December (Lucia Dec 13).

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@sweden
2 years ago
Nowadays numerous breweries brew one (or more) Christmas beer.

Nowadays numerous breweries brew one (or more) Christmas beer.

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