Series of photos explain why Sweden is the happiest country in the world

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Sweden was voted the happiest country on the world not only because of its rich wealth also because of its people's lifestyle.

In public areas such as subway stations, there will be a special sign of honor showing the names of the people who made the work, from the architect, the architect’s assistant to the builder.

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In public areas such as subway stations, there will be a special sign of honor showing the names of the people who made the work, from the architect, the architect’s assistant to the builder.
This road sign warns drivers that they may encounter pedestrians who are distracted by phones so be careful and watch a little more.
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There are small restroom doors in the store to make them feel like they are cared for.
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When structures were built, the trees were retained.
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Similarly, this waterfall is the same.
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A store sells music records for babies in the city of Lund. This is simply a piece of street art that can be found just about anywhere.
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The automatic LED light helps to signal whether the toilet room is inside or not.
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There is an electric socket and free wifi on the seats in public places, even in this lonely place.
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In Sweden, trees can … send text messages too. They are equipped with technology chips to send watering notices to the common management system.
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This shopping cart has a magnet inside so that when a customer pushes on the escalator, it will not drift.
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The trash bin is designed to harmonize with the architectural colors of the building, ensuring high aesthetics and not damaging ancient space.
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This street is called Pyramid, meaning Pyramid. Therefore, the nameplate is also arranged in pyramid style.
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Art works under a bridge in Stockholm.
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The simple photo shows the civilized sense of Swedish people.
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Source: Brightside