🇸🇪 Midsummer in Sweden 🇸🇪
One of the best way to experience Swedish culture is celebrating MIDSUMMER in THE oldest park in the world (one of the most visited places in Sweden). In over Protected content , people had come here to have fun, relax and savour life...
What’s Midsummer all about, then?
"Swedish Midsummer traditions are thought to have their roots in pre-Christian, sun-worshipping cultures. The time of year around the summer solstice, when the darkness of night is replaced by a magical twilight, would have held special significance for people in northern climes.
Despite later attempts by the church to transform Midsummer into an entirely Christian festival, it’s the pagan symbols that have stood the test of time. Women and young children still put wild flowers in their hair, and communities across the country still decorate phallic midsommarstänger, or maypoles, for people to sing and dance around.
The best known of all the songs performed is Små Grodorna (Small Frogs). Its lyrics (The little frogs, the little frogs, are funny to observe/No ears, no ears, no tails) have very little to do with Midsummer, but nobody seems too worried".
JUST BRING YOURSELF & YOUR SWEET SMILES AND LET'S TOGETHER ENJOY THIS SWEDISH TRADITION.
P.s. Many Swedes put some flower wreath on their heads so why not bring one? 🌞
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