Jerusalema takes on Sweden – from north to south!

Firefighters in the Swedish city of Örnsköldsvik.

You think Swedes are stiff and cold? Well, it’s true that it’s quite cold during large part of the year, but now Africa is helping Sweden to warm up! The Jerusalema Challenge continues to grow in Sweden – all the way from the far north to the (still far) south.
Here are some of the funniest and happiest dances. Keep cool and enjoy!

The mining city of Kiruna is very much in the north of Sweden as you can be. So nurses are of course dancing in the snow.

Örnsköldsvik is also quite a bit up north, but nothing stops the firefighters from dancing.

Yes, that is still a lot of winter in Sweden, but that shouldn’t keep you from swimming – and dancing – right?

And truck drivers are not bad dancers either!

And if you have an Islandic horse, bring it on as well!

And from horses to horse power. Volvo workers are also doing it!

So thanks to South Africa, the people in Sweden are not having such a bad time, after all.

Want to know how it all started? Read our introductory article with videos from around the world.

David Isaksson


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