Question 1: Where is Sarek National Park?
Correct Answer: Sweden
Fact: Renowned for its rugged terrain, Sarek National Park is in the northern part of the country, in Lapland province. It is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers.
Question 2: Which Indigenous peoples have long inhabited northern Sweden, Norway, and Finland?
Correct Answer: Sámi
Fact: The Sámi have lived in regions of northern Scandinavia for thousands of years, including in the Rapa Valley, pictured here. Their cultural heritage is intertwined with the landscape. They fish the coasts, and perhaps most famously, herd reindeer.
Question 3: What is Sweden’s national tree?
- Ornäs birch
Correct Answer: Ornäs birch
Fact: The Ornäs birch tree is a common sight throughout Sweden. It was given the status of national tree in 1985. The trees typically reach a height of 66–82 feet and possess a rounded crown with a slightly irregular shape.