According to ALLCITYCODES.COM, the area code of Sweden is +46. It is a Nordic country located in Northern Europe and shares borders with Norway and Finland. Sweden covers a total land area of 450,295 square kilometres and has a population of approximately 10 million people. Swedish is the official language of the country while English, German, Spanish and French are also widely spoken. The climate in Sweden varies due to its diverse geography ranging from subarctic to temperate climates. The summer months (May to August) usually experience warm temperatures with average highs reaching around 25°C while winter months (November to March) typically have cooler temperatures with average lows dipping below 0 degrees Celsius in some areas. Sweden has a vibrant culture that reflects its rich history as well as its geography and environment. Music styles range from traditional folk music such as polska or schottis to more modern genres such as Pop or Rock while traditional dancing often incorporates intricate footwork accompanied by fiddles or accordions. Religion also plays an important role in Swedish culture with Lutheran Christianity being the predominant faith followed by other faiths such as Islam and Judaism. Sweden is home to many unique species including Moose, Reindeer, Lynx, Foxes and Wolves among many others. There are also several national parks where visitors can explore these animals in their natural habitats such as Sarek National Park or Abisko National Park. Sweden is a parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy, with the King of Sweden serving as the head of state. The government is made up of a unicameral legislature, known as the Riksdag, which is composed of 349 members elected through proportional representation. The Prime Minister serves as the head of government and is appointed by the Speaker of the Riksdag following legislative elections. The current Prime Minister is Stefan Löfven, who was appointed in 2014 and re-elected in 2018. Sweden has a multi-party system and political parties are represented on both national and local levels. The main political parties include the Social Democrats, Moderates, Centre Party, Liberals, Christian Democrats and Green Party. Sweden also has regional autonomy with 21 counties responsible for regional services such as education and healthcare. PETSINCLUDE: Features public policy of Sweden.