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Culture of Sweden

Swedish 20th century culture is noted by pioneering works in the early days of cinema, with Mauritz Stiller[?] and Victor Sjöström[?]. Later on, moguls like Ingmar Bergman and actresses such as Greta Garbo, Ingrid Bergman and Anita Ekberg[?] made careers abroad. Swedish music is in many minds connected with ABBA, although more recently indie bands like Soundtrack of our lives[?] and The Hives have started achieving international fame. Swedish literature is also vibrant and active, Sweden ranking third in the list of countries with most Nobel Prize laureates in literature.

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