Today is the last day of Christmas in Sweden. January 13 is Twentieth Day Knut, when the Christmas tree is thrown out, the decorations are put away and the gingerbread house gets eaten.
One last chance to come together and dance around the tree. The celebration is named by the plundering of the tree, julgransplundring. The picture is taken in the town Vänersborg, Älvsborg County, around 1900.