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ID number:651309
Published: 04.01.2011.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

Its origins go back in part to provincial laws and customs dating from the Middle Ages.
Was first introduced officially in the 1940s as a customary law
The main goal of the government - the government wanted to encourage outdoor access and a healthy lifestyle for the citizens
Since 1994 it is a part of the Swedish constitution
The maxim is "Do not disturb, do not destroy".

Can walk or ski anywhere in the countryside.
To ensure that they do not disturb and do not destroy
Cannot cross the cultivated ground (gardens, plant nurseries etc.)
Cannot walk on golf areas.

People may cycle across country and on private roads
Landowners cannot put up signs prohibiting cycling.
Make sure that the land is not cultivated
Bans on cycling are indicated by the ‘No Cycling’ road sign.…

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