Johan Bävman, Malmö, 2012-07-13

Did you know that the population of Scandinavia is about twenty one inhabitants / km². In contrast to the Netherlands, where 361 / km² inhabitants share the country’s area.

Scandinavia includes rich countries with many resources, yet rural areas are becoming depopulated and increasing numbers of people are forced to migrate to bigger cities. In the current situation about 85% of our population are living in cities and many houses in the countryside are empty and desolate.

— Johan