STARS, STRIPES, AND PALM TREES, Hakai Magazine
THE NOBEL MUSEUM IN KARLSKOGA AND THE STORY OF THE PRIZES THAT ALMOST NEVER WERE, Real Scandinavia
COMING-OF-AGE RITUALS IN AFRICA: TRADITION & CHANGE, Prudence International Magazine
UNIQUE EXPERIENCES: CIVIL WAR BATTLEFIELDS, Berlitz Handbook USA
WHAT TO DO IN YORK, ENGLAND, TravelAge West
UNIQUE EXPERIENCES: THE GREAT GAME OF BASEBALL, Berlitz Handbook USA
RUNESTONES: WORDS FROM THE VIKING AGE, Real Scandinavia
SAVING CULTURAL HERITAGE: NEW GLOBAL HERITAGE NETWORK ENABLES TRAVELERS TO HELP, Ethical Traveler
BRINGING LIGHT IN THE WINTER DARKNESS: CELEBRATING ST. LUCIA DAY IN SWEDEN, Real Scandinavia
RAIDERS, TRADERS, AND SETTLERS: A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE VIKINGS, Real Scandinavia
THE FRENCH ARMY OFFICER WHO BECAME A SCANDINAVIAN KING, Real Scandinavia
THIS DAY IN HISTORY: SWEDISH TRAFFIC SWITCHES SIDES - SEPTEMBER 3, 1967
UNITY AND CONFLICT: QUEEN MARGRETE I AND THE KALMAR UNION, Real Scandinavia

 

 

 

Bringing Light in the Darkness: Celebrating St. Lucia Day in Sweden. Real Scandinavia. On December 13, one of the most famous of all Swedish celebrations takes place: St. Lucia Day, a festival of light in the long, dark Scandinavian winter. The festival’s origins go back to medieval Italian saint.