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- The Swedish recognize and celebrate 6th June 1523 as the day when Sweden became a country. This is significant because the crowning of King Gustav Vasa was the basis of Sweden attaining an independent state and later adopting a universally accepted constitution in 1809.
- Initially, in the 10 th century, the Kingdom of Denmark was inclusive of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. All these three states were ruled as one in the struggle for gaining control of the Baltic Sea. Established in 1397, the Kalmar Union led the kingdom until Sweden seceded from the kingdom in 1523.
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Sweden became a sovereign nation in 1523. Gustav Vasa helped defeat an attempt to bring back the Union of Kalmar (a union of the Nordic countries under the control of the Denmark crown).