Oh, we should note that today is the 350th anniversary of the Treaty of Roskilde in which Denmark ceded Skåne, Halland, Blekinge, Bornholm, Bohus and Trøndelag to Sweden. Interestingly, only one Swedish article about the date appeared in my Google Reader. (I managed to miss this strange essay in Berlingske Tidende).
In case you wonder about Bornholm and Trøndelag, both landscapes rebelled against their new Swedish overlords and were returned to Denmark-Norway in 1660.
Sweden, by the way, is preparing the celebrations for the bicentennial of the 1809 treaty with Russia which ended the Swedish-Russian war and which meant the loss of Finland to Russia.