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Midsummer Eve


Rene Billiani
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If you ask a Swede what traditional feast he or she loves the most, rest assured the answer will be Midsummer Eve – you can forget about Christmas or New Year’s Eve. For centuries, Swedes have celebrated this day with great celebrations throughout the bright Nordic summer night.


On Midsummer Eve, Swedes meet up with friends and family to celebrate the arrival of summer. The party always takes place outdoors, and usually starts with a lunch consisting of herring with new potatoes (even though the kids often insist on hot dogs instead of herring) followed by fresh strawberries with whipped cream.


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