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Allemansrätten

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Allemansrätten = Freedom to Roam (Swedish)

Background
swedishepa.se: The Right of Public Access (‘Allemansrätt’), or Outdoor Access Rights gives you the right to roam the countryside in Sweden in perfect peace and quiet. When you are in Sweden you have the right to walk, cycle, ride, ski and camp on any land with the exception of private gardens, near a dwelling house or land under cultivation. We call it the Freedom to Roam. You rely on the Right of Public Access whenever you go out in the Swedish countryside – whether it is to take a walk, go kayaking, climb a mountain or just sit down on a rock to think.

Headlines
The Swedish law of wanderlust – BBC
Allemansrätten – Sweden’s right of public access – Visit Sweden

Planeta.com

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