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Reflections from a Swede in Norway.

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Published: Tuesday 2006-06-06.

Today is the sixth day of June two thousand and six, Sweden’s National Day. On a day like this it is nice to see that the we are such good neighbours, and given that the celebrations in the Oslo area takes place in the Swedish church, it is nice to know that they in honour of the day are extra cautious when it comes to security.

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Vel, gratulerer med dagen, da! Bukke, nikke, nei og snu meg i ring:)

Strålande med svenskar i Oslo som skriver av sig! Var nationaldagsfirandet i Svenska Kyrkan bra?

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