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Is this cow celebration Sweden's weirdest tradition?

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Is this cow celebration Sweden's weirdest tradition?
A lot of happy cows. Photo: Miriam Bade
11:45 CEST+02:00
Once a year, Swedes and Sweden's cows alike celebrate the 'kosläpp' – the first day the animals are released onto the fields after winter. The Local contributor Miriam Bade visited one of the events to find out what the fuss is about.
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