Spending a period abroad doesn’t mean only work and research, but also living the traditions of the country.
If you are in Sweden in these days, you should know that this weekend it’s time for Midsummer – Midsommar in Swedish.
Midsummer celebrates the summer solstice, the longest and brightest day of the year.
Celebrations include singing and dancing around the midsummer pole – also called maypole – picking flowers and wearing flower wreaths.
Are you in Sweden right now? Or have you been in Sweden during Midsummer in the past?
We are curious to know more about your Midsummer experiences!