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Geography Of Sweden

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In the middle of the last Ice Age, quite a bit of Sweden was secured by a thick layer of ice. By 6,000 BC, when that ice at long last withdrew (or liquefied) it left afterward a profoundly indented coastline (in the south) with numerous islands, and infinite lakes, waterways and streams spread over the whole nation. 
In the north (over the Arctic Circle) Sweden is rough with snow-secured mountains and thick woods, while focal Sweden is ruled by lower mountains in the west that offer method to intensely forested slopes and edges, handfuls and many streams and an expected 101,000 lakes. In the south, huge lakes (some connected by trenches) and broadly developed fields extend over the land.

Sweden's border with Norway is secured by the Scandinavian Mountains, or in Swedish, the Kolen (or Kjolen) Mountains. These are moderately low-level mountains, as Sweden's most astounding point, Kebnekaise, remains at only 2,111 meters (around 7,000 ft.)

 

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