Swedish Italians

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Swedish Italians
Svenskitalienare
Italo-svedesi
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Total population

(19,087[1]

0.2% of the Swedish population (2012)[2])
Regions with significant populations
Stockholm and Gothenburg
Languages
Swedish, Italian
Religion
Roman Catholicism

Swedish Italians (Swedish: Svenskitalienare) are Swedish citizens or residents of Italian ethnic, cultural and linguistic heritage or identity. There are approximately 8,126 people born in Italy living in Sweden today, as well as 10,961 people born in Sweden with at least one parent born in Italy.[3][4]

Notable Swedish Italians[edit]

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