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What are the major bodies of water in Sweden?

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Some of the major bodies of water in Sweden include Ångerman River, Indal River, Lagan River, Emån River, Torne River, Lule River, Lake Siljan, Lake Vänern, Lake Storsjön, Lake Vättern and Hano Bay. Sweden is located in Northern Europe, and it is surrounded by the straits of Kattegat and Skagerrak, Gulf of Bothnia and Baltic Sea.

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Sweden shares its land borders with Finland and Norway. It forms coastal boundaries with Germany, Poland, Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Denmark and Estonia. The country's lowest point is the recovered bay of Lake Hammarsjon at -7.9 feet. Other bodies of water in Sweden are Osterdal River, Storuman River, Ume River and Skellefte River.

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