In Sweden the coffee break is called 'Fika', and the working days end between 3 and 4 PM. The holy feast ‘Saint Lucia’ is celebrated on December 13rd in the middle of the darkest period of the year. The young Swedish girls dressed in white, wear wreaths of lighted candles on their heads. Sweden is a country where Allemansrättigheter (the right for all) is a fact. Explanation: you want to go canoeing with your family and stop picnicking on the land of your neighbour, no worries you are at home. That's ‘Allemansrättigheter’. As in its neighbouring Nordic countries, the Swedes defend equality between women and men. The Swedish men do not hesitate to ask for and use their paternity leave or stay home from work if their child is sick. Law forbids to lay hands on a child. Sweden has just passed the threshold of 10 million inhabitants. It is an innovative and dynamic country fond of new technologies and every year Sweden awards the Nobel Prizes. But at the same time the Swedish government encourage its citizens to recycle everything and eat biological products.