Swedish Traditions

Swedish Traditions – Swedish culture for kids

 On December 24th at 3 p.m. of every year, it is a tradition for the Swedish to watch “Donald Duck and his Friends Wish You a Merry Christmas,” or “Kalle Anka och hans vänner önskar en god jul.” June 6, 1916 began the first celebration of Swedish Flag Day. On this day, also called National Swedish Day, a boisterous celebration in which there is an array of blue and yellow flags as well as food, speeches, and activities are in the streets of Sweden. Crayfish happens to be one of the most sought out sea foods in Sweden during the month of August when the climate is warmer. At that time, it is tradition to have a “Crayfish Party.”

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