Exhibition: Sweden from A to Ö at Café Suédois in Paris

The Café Suédois is hosting an exhibition presenting specific aspects of Swedish culture via… our alphabet!
Photos: Clive Tompsett/imagebank.sweden.se, Tina Stafrén/imagebank.sweden.se, Per Pixel Petersson/imagebank.sweden.se, Stefan Ågren/imagebank.sweden.se, Anders Tedeholm/imagebank.sweden.s

Each letter is illustrated by a photo and a word which, in its own way, represents Sweden and the Swedish. From “Fika” to “ Midsommar ” to “Zlatan”, ten collages provide insights into the most emblematic words and concepts relating to life in Sweden. Curiously enough, the Swedish alphabet comprises 29 letters: 26 from the Latin alphabet, plus the three letters Å, Ä and Ö, which are specific to Swedish.

Admission free.