This is probably the largest and most magnificent photographic book that have been made about Sweden and its nature. In almost 150 grand and evocative images depicted Sweden through its landscapes. The book is divided into five chapters: coast, countryside, mountains, forests and city. There are Bohusläns cliffs, plains of Skåne and Småland’s lakes. Here are the red crofts and small paths. Here are the archipelago of Stockholm and Norrland. It has mountains, rivers, islands, meadows, fields, villages and towns – all that is the Sweden. For the text responds Per Wästberg, writer and member of the Swedish Academy, and Tommy Hammarström, journalist and author. The photographs are mostly taken by Tore Hagman, one of the country’s foremost wildlife photographers.