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Flower wreaths, dancing and a sun that never sets. Swedes call it Midsummer. 

In agrarian times, Midsummer celebrations in Sweden were held to welcome summertime and the season of fertility.


Mysterious Midsummer

Finding your dream partner

Legend has it that the night before Midsummer’s Day is a magical time for love.

Ancient tradition says that if a young woman puts seven different flowers under her pillow on the night to Midsummer Day, she will dream of her future partner. 

Maypoles, dancing & dining

Midsummer in Sweden – a cherished tradition

The successful midsummer never-ending party formula involves flowers in your hair, dancing around a pole, singing songs while drinking schnapps and of course crazy fun games. 

The maypole is raised in an open spot and traditional ring-dances. 

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