We learn few things looking at the cultures and attitudes of people followed in different countries. Have you ever got the chance to ee how Swedish civilization is different from your and is leaps and miles ahead as compared to your? There are so many things that we should learn and adapt in life from them. So, we decided to pick a few things that we thought were brilliant and have prepared a list for you. Do let us know what you would like to adapt the most from the things we just mentioned.

There’s a special plaque in the subway that mentions the artist, the assistant, and the tile layer.

This road sign warns drivers that they may encounter pedestrians who are deeply absorbed in their smartphones in Stockholm, Sweden.

This Swedish furniture store has a small bathroom door for kids.

This national park in Sweden refused to cut the trees that were in the way of the bridge, so pedestrians can walk around them.

Buildings on top of buildings — Stockholm, Sweden

This record shop for mice is in Lund (Sweden).

LED bathroom handles at a train station in Sweden change colors based on occupancy.

In a Swedish museum (that is in the middle of nowhere) they have benches that charge your phone wirelessly and give free Wi-Fi.

Swedish farms work on a self-serve basis.

The toilet paper selection at a Swedish restaurant

In Sweden, trees can send texts when they need water using an implanted moisture sensor.

This Swedish shopping cart has magnetic wheels so it doesn’t roll down the escalator.

The recycle bins in front of the 500-year-old Swedish castle are painted to blend in with the background.

The street sign for the Swedish road, “Pyramid Street” is written in a pyramid style.

Under a bridge in Stockholm

Brunkeberg tunnel (Stockholm, Sweden) is a 758-foot long shortcut for cyclists and pedestrians through a ridge in the city’s center.

Another scale of infrastructure — these salmon stairs in Sweden

The core of Swedish culture in one photo

A public bathroom in Stockholm

Do you think you would want to adopt anything from the Swedish culture.

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