15 Scariest Midsommar Scenes We Can't Stop Thinking About (2023)

This article contains discussions of drug use and suicide.

Ari Aster's Midsommar is a polarizing horror movie that left a lasting impression on both those who disliked it and those who can't stop raving about it. The occult theme is very reminiscent of The Wicker Man, and the atmosphere captures a lot of the same terror from Aster's previous film Hereditary. Nearly all of the film takes place in the broad daylight, and the cinematography is vibrant and stunning at all times, which also helps to make the experience extremely unsettling—especially when the scenes feature some serious nightmare material that audiences aren't used to seeing so brightly lit.

Some scenes will probably linger with fans of the movie forever. From psychological horror lingering in the background as Dani processes her trauma to explicit gore and body horror, Midsommar is a movie that makes a lasting impression.

The Maypole Dance

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In order to be coronated as the May Queen, Dani must outlast all of the other girls in a strange dancing ritual. While it's shot beautifully and meant to convey that Dani is growing closer to the other women in the group, its overbearingly sinister undertones affirm that nothing is as it seems.

The thudding percussion and shrieking strings that play over the scene keep viewers on edge, and the implication that Dani is essentially becoming one of the Hårga cult is, to say the least, disturbing. Plus, the "language" the girls speak toward the end of the dance isn't Swedish—it's made-up gibberish, which furthers the idea that something inexplicable and sinister is transpiring.

Sacrificing The Elders

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One of the first things that we see Hårga do is gather around a huge cliff to witness two elders end their lives. It's a custom of theirs; rather than let themselves become a burden to the community, the elders throw themselves off the cliff as a sacrifice. The scene of the woman's skull hitting the rock was shockingly explicit, burning itself in fans' memories. The movie isn't just one of the most visually stunning horror movies of the 21st century so far, it's also surprisingly gory. Worse yet is the man's fall to his death. He misses the rock and breaks his leg horribly in the process, being finished off with a blow from a huge hammer. All the while, the tourists are screaming and freaking out, which the people of the cult found extremely offensive.

Dani's Parents

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(Video) Midsommar Deleted Scene (Director's Cut)

The deaths of Dani's parents in the first scene set a foreboding tone for the film. Violins wail like sirens as viewers squint into the darkness in an attempt to suss out what's going on. The subsequent shot of first responders zipping Dani's mother and father into body bags is more than a little morose, but the scene may holden an even deeper meaning. Though director Ari Aster said that he doesn't agree with the theory in a Huffington Post article, some fans theorize that the flowers surrounding the picture of Dani on her mother's nightstand indicates that Pelle may have somehow been involved in their deaths.

Josh's Leg Sticking Out Of A Garden Plot

Even though we all knew that Josh died after disrespecting the cult's rules, it was still shocking to see his leg sticking out of a garden plot after Christian is done with Maja. We see the scene from Christian's eyes while he is still under the influence of psychedelic drugs.

He's all alone in a cult where things have obviously gone out of control while he's tripping and he sees clear proof that his friend has been murdered. Christian was both confused and mortified, as was the audience.

Ruben's Story

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Ruben is introduced as an oracle to the tourists. What is unsettling about it is that they are clearly using the poor boy as a means to further mystify and confuse the newcomers. His involvement in their rituals does not make him seem like much of a willing participant. Fans never find out much about him, but his general demeanor makes him seem like a prisoner within the cult, forced to bear witness to horrors much like the paralyzed Christian is at the end.

Dani's Trauma

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(Video) Midsommar - Scene where Dani cry HD (MIDSOMMAR - O Mal Não Espera a Noite cena em que Dani chora)

The beginning of the movie establishes a grim tone and subtly affects what transpires at the festival in Sweden. Dani's sister died by suicide and killed both of their parents in the process. The event traumatized Dani and showed just how little Christian actually cares about her. Seeing Dani cry on his lap as he looks off, clearly thinking of himself, was an unbearable moment. Just like Hereditary, Midsommar is a female-led horror movie. On the surface, it's a story about a mysterious cult, but it's also a story about trauma processing and personal transformation, with Dani needing to overcome her attachment to the obviously unsupportive Christian.

Dani Sees Her Sister Appear Behind Her

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This happens after Dani is, for the first of many times in the movie, coerced into taking psychedelic drugs, this time by the people who she relies on as her only friends in a very strange situation—which only serves to make it all the more unsettling. With the tourists skirting on the edge of a bad trip, Dani is pushed over the edge by the mention of family, sending her on a clearly painful journey into her own trauma as she briskly walks away trying to find some quiet in the overwhelming situation. Alone in a room, she suddenly sees her sister behind her in the mirror, a classic horror shot that pushes Dani even further and completely overwhelms her emotionally. Pugh's performance is magnificent here, but it's difficult to watch due to its authenticity.

Dani's Nightmare

Still trying to make the best of things, Dani sleeps at the main commune despite her clearly fragile emotional state that her supposed friends continue to ignore. The audience then sees her awaken in the night to go outside just in time to see the rest of her group driving off without her, smiling and waving as they leave her alone in terrifying uncertainty. As Dani attempts to scream for them to come back, black exhaust fumes billow from her mouth in reference to her sister's death. This is another classic horror trope that's used very effectively to show Dani's psychological state, with her feelings of abandonment being unavoidably–and painfully–relatable.

Ritual Drowning

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(Video) Midsommar (2019) Ending Scene [4K ULTRA HD]

The Midsommar director's cut includes a scene that depicts the cultist nearly drowning a young member of their ranks as a sacrifice. Punctuated by a gruesome quiet, the audience is forced to watch as weights are tied to a young teen's body and they are nearly thrown into a lake before Dani and other observers speak up. While it was likely cut because it reiterates the same story beats seen in other sacrifice scenes, this one is particularly affecting because it drastically furthers the rift between Christian and Dani and it confirms the horrible fate met by Connie.

Simon Turned Into A Blood Eagle

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Most of Midsommar's characters faced a horrible death, but there's no doubt who probably suffered the most in the process. It was Simon, the only guy who never actually offended the cult the way Mark or Josh did. Not only was he tortured endlessly, but he was also still alive when Christian found him. As if seeing him hanging from the ceiling with no eyes and his lungs on his back wasn't bad enough, it's the moment that the audience saw that the lungs were still moving that sent chills down everyone's spines. Was Christian hallucinating, or was he actually still alive?

Christian Is Burned Alive While Paralyzed

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The ending of Midsommar is terrifying and cathartic both at the same time. As the May Queen, Dani got to choose who is going to be sacrificed in a fire in the end. Since he continuously let her down, she decided that her boyfriend Christian should die.

The decision alone isn't the scariest part, though. Christian is paralyzed, so all the while he was being set up to be burned alive in a bear costume, he couldn't do anything but move his eyes around. Another man who was chosen to be sacrificed sat there waiting for the flames to engulf him. He thought that they had given him a tranquilizer so he won't be able to feel a thing. That turned out to be a lie; the man died screaming, while Christian could do nothing but watch.

Mark Is Skinned

After relieving himself on the sacred tree, Mark is lured away and skinned off-screen. When Josh sneaks out at night to get pictures of the cult's holy book, Ulf appears, wearing Mark's face. The scene makes the stomach turn because it is subtle at first; it takes a moment to see what's really going on and that it's not actually Mark. The audience can then surmise that the poor fool was skinned, a tradition Pelle told them all about. Afterward, Josh is bludgeoned and taken away. It seems as if Mark or Josh had their deaths coming since they both broke some serious rules. In reality, they would have ended up in that fire regardless of how they behaved, which makes the movie even scarier.

The Copulation Ritual

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Christian was essentially lured into a mating ritual with Maja from the get-go. Even though he had that meeting in which he technically gave his consent, things typically didn't go well when anyone tried defying the cult. Christian was brought into a big room, filled with nude women who vocalized alongside Maja as the couple had sex. The scene was one of the most unpleasant to watch as it went on and on and kept the focus on Christian's confusion.

Dani's Breakdown

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After Dani was crowned the May Queen and she saw that Christian cheated on her with Maja, she fell apart completely. She was carrying a lot of grief with her; not only was she mourning the death of her family, but she was also processing everything that has transpired at the festival. For the first time, she cries and screams out loud instead of hiding her pain. The group of girls who are with her mirrors her emotions. In that way, Dani can finally start processing her feelings. It's a cleansing and visceral scene, making Florence Pugh one of the best and most underrated scream queens ever. But, Dani's absorption into what is clearly at this point a horrific death cult is also very chilling.

Inside The Temple

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At the end of the movie, Hårga burns down the temple along with nine sacrificed people. We get to see all the familiar faces again, mutilated by their horrible deaths. This nightmare material includes the limbless elderly couple, Josh stuffed with paper, Mark's face on a dummy, Christian in a bear costume, Connie who is bloated from drowning, and two Hårga members: Ingemar, who brought the couple from London, and Ulf, the young man who was upset with Mark and later on murdered Josh. It's unsettling to think that being sacrificed is an honor among the Hårga people. Those who brought fresh blood to the festival happily volunteered to burn to death. Pelle was excused since he brought the new May Queen with him. It's an ending that's hard to forget.

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FAQs

What is so creepy about Midsommar? ›

Parents need to know that Midsommar is an extremely violent horror movie from the maker of Hereditary. It involves a sinister, ages-old ceremony that includes disturbing rituals. Characters are beaten and smashed, and bodies are cut up and burned (in some cases, alive).

What does Dani see through the keyhole in Midsommar? ›

Dani returns to the village just as Christian is carrying out his mandate under extreme duress. She catches sight of the ritual through the temple's keyhole: Middle-aged naked women are writhing and singing around her boyfriend mid-coitus.

What did Dani see in Midsommar? ›

In a moment between Pelle and Dani, when he asks if she feels “held by him,” it's a key moment to Dani's realization. The last image of Christian being burned alive and Dani smiling is visually showing one the at-times violent removal one must do with someone in order to find peace with herself.

What was in Joshs mouth Midsommar? ›

Josh's corpse is covered in dirt, his mouth stuffed with paper from the Rubi Radr and a stack of books on his lap. Simon's body sits next to his. Outside Ulf and Ingemar are being embraced by villagers while inside of another building a dead bear[19] is being gutted.

What did Dani see in the barn? ›

And while yes, by the Midsommar ending Dani's boyfriend Christian is being burned alive in a ritualistic barn, literally inside the carcass of a bear, alongside the mutilated corpses of their friends, Dani has found a sense of community.

Is Midsommar a true story? ›

Ari Aster's Midsommar is partially based on a real-life Swedish festival, but the customs don't involve the same violence and pagan cult activities on show in the horror movie.

Which is scarier Hereditary or Midsommar? ›

The Scares Victor: Hereditary

I love Midsommar, but if somebody were to ask me the scariest movies I've ever seen, then Hereditary would be high on that list, and Midsommar wouldn't even rank.

Will Midsommar give me nightmares? ›

'Midsommar' Is The Next 'Hereditary' & It Will Give You Nightmares | Hit Network.

Why did Pelle sacrifice his friends? ›

The Harga, being a white supremacist cult that practice pagan rituals in the modern age, needed sacrifices for their Midsommar festival that occurred once every 90 years. Father Odd decided to task Pelle, who he remarked has an immaculate sense for people, and his brother Ingemar, with bringing them from abroad.

What mental illness does Dani have in Midsommar? ›

A potentially traumatic event death of Dani's parents and sister drastically transforms Dani, leaving her psychologically traumatized. Later on, Dani develops posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), an anxiety disorder caused by this distressing event.

Was Dani meant to be May Queen? ›

Ari Aster's 2019 folk horror film Midsommar features a plethora of foreshadowing that reveals that Dani was destined to become the May Queen. Ari Aster's 2019 folk horror film Midsommar ends with the crowning of Dani as the May Queen, but throughout its entirety it foreshadowed that she it was her destiny all along.

Why did the girl in Midsommar smile at the end? ›

But is it? After all, what she's smiling at is death—the sight of her own boyfriend (and eight others) being engulfed in flames. The grisly finale feels like a moment of triumph for this character who's spent the whole film enduring emotional torment.

What age is Maja in Midsommar? ›

Dawson Casting: It's said that Maja has just turned the legal age (the slang word "byxmyndig" is used, meaning "old enough to consent to sex"), which would make her fifteen. Her actress Isabelle Grill was twenty.

Who were the nine sacrifices in Midsommar? ›

The nine human sacrifices

Four of their own will be sacrificed alongside four outsiders - Mark, Simon, Connie and Josh - and one selected by the May Queen, Dani. The twist is Dani has to choose between a randomly selected Harga (they use a rune style bingo machine) or Christian.

Who was wearing Marks skin in Midsommar? ›

“When Josh sneaks away to photograph pictures of the 'Rubi Radr' holy book, he thinks that he sees Mark standing in the doorway of the temple; it is in fact Ulf (the man who screamed at Mark for urinating on the ancestral tree) wearing Mark's skin.

Was Simon still alive in Midsommar? ›

In Midsommar, Simon is very much alive and breathing when Christian finds him.

Who kills Josh in Midsommar? ›

Josh's Death Represents Earth

D. thesis. While taking pictures, he is hit over the head by a member of the Harga cult while a man wearing Mark's face stares at him.

Why did they burn the bear in Midsommar? ›

A scorned Dani chooses boyfriend Christian to sacrifice, who's then sewn into the now deceased bear's skin, and burned alive with the other sacrifices. This act is intended to cleanse the Harga, and in this case Dani herself, of their "worst affekts," those being their flaws or sins.

Why are they screaming at the end of Midsommar? ›

Dani has just seen her boyfriend (Jack Reynor) having sex with another woman from the commune, and it causes all her pent-up rage and grief to come pouring out of her. The other women reflect her emotions back at her by screaming and crying as well.

What is the yellow drink in Midsommar? ›

When Dani seems reluctant to join in, Pelle offers her "mushroom tea" which we can probably assume is the same stuff that the community imbibes when they drink before the May Queen ceremony.

How do Swedes feel about Midsommar? ›

Maypoles and dancing

Midsummer is normally an occasion of large gatherings − and to be honest, many Swedes take advantage of it to fulfil their social obligations so that they can enjoy the rest of their holiday in peace. In many cases, whole families gather to celebrate this traditional high-point of the summer.

Do the Hårga exist? ›

Hårga is indeed real, but the Hårga people, insofar as Aster conceived of them for his movie, are not. There is no direct analog to this quasi-cult with discomforting rituals around death and bearskins.

Is halsingland real? ›

Hälsingland (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈhɛ̌lːsɪŋland] ( listen)), sometimes referred to as Helsingia in English, is a historical province or landskap in central Sweden. It borders Gästrikland, Dalarna, Härjedalen, Medelpad and the Gulf of Bothnia. It is part of the land of Norrland.

Is there any Jumpscares in Midsommar? ›

The constant light, along with the relentlessly pretty and folksy design, makes Midsommar a horror movie like no other. Note that although there are no jump scares, there are some really upsetting images.

Should I watch Midsommar or Hereditary first? ›

According to director Ari Aster, "Midsommar" is a "companion" to his previous movie "Hereditary" — but definitely not a sequel. In a previous interview, Aster revealed that "Midsommar" is a "companion" to 2018 film "Hereditary," something he confirmed while speaking with INSIDER.

Does Midsommar have ghosts? ›

Creepy hidden imagery in horror is nothing new, with notable examples being the flashes of Pazuzu's face in The Exorcist and more recently, the hidden ghosts in Mike Flanagan's “The Haunting of Hill House.” As it turns out, Ari Aster's Midsommar is also home to nightmarish imagery that most horror fans – including ...

Is Midsommar OK for kids? ›

The MPAA rating has been assigned for “disturbing ritualistic violence and grisly images, strong sexual content, graphic nudity, drug use and language.” The Kids-In-Mind.com evaluation includes an extended sex scene including full nudity, several scenes of death by suicide and murder leaving bloody and broken bodies, ...

How intense is Midsommar? ›

Is Midsommar gory? Though only around 15 mins of the two hour and 20 min runtime could be described as gory, there are plenty of horrifying moments that easily justify the film's R-rating and will likely make some audiences very uncomfortable.

What Midsommar means? ›

It's a word found in Swedish, Germany, and other European languages that translates to midsummer, but actually refers to what is technically known as the first day of summer or the summer solstice.

Do you feel held by him Dani? ›

Quotes. Pelle : He's my good friend and I like him, but... Dani, do you feel held by him? Does he feel like home to you?

What was Pelle drawing in Midsommar? ›

One of the comments on the thread, posted by user u/hobbessss, added that Pelle draws pictures of the feasting table that Dani and co. eat at in Hårga. The Oracle foresees events through images, so it's pretty strong evidence that Pelle was prophesying before they all went to Sweden.

How old is Dani Midsommar? ›

All of these factors combined mean that Dani Ardor is most likely between the ages of 24 to 26. In Midsommar, Dani is in the midst of formulating her graduate thesis, celebrating her birthday during the mid-summer of her life, and travels to the Harga festival in Sweden.

Why did Dani smile at the end of Midsommar Reddit? ›

As a result, when Dani smiles in the last shot, the audience is supposed to feel happy for her that she is now an important member of this group, is free of her boyfriend, and has a new family.

Who is Ruben in Midsommar? ›

Midsommar (2019) - Levente Puczkó-Smith as Ruben - IMDb.

Does Midsommar have happy endings? ›

Midsommar is essentially a two and a half hour study of one woman's emotional journey towards emancipation from a toxic relationship. Like director Ari Aster's first film, Hereditary, it's a dark drama disguised as a terror flick. Unlike Hereditary, it has a happy ending.

Is Harga a real place? ›

In fact, the legend of Hårga makes for perfect horror movie fodder — it's creepy. Hårga, which is a real place in Northern Sweden, has long been associated with evil forces. Specifically, with a story about the one time the devil, disguised as a fiddler, forced the town's inhabitants to dance to death.

How is May Queen chosen? ›

A May queen is selected from a group of 13 upward girls by the young dancers. She returns the next year to crown the new May Queen and stays in the procession. The largest event in this tradition in modern Britain is the Beltane Fire Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Who is the May Queen goddess? ›

The May Queen is Flora, the goddess of the flowers, and the young blushing bride, and the princess of the Fae. She is Lady Marian in the Robin Hood tales, and Guinevere in the Arthurian cycle. She is the embodiment of the Maiden, of mother earth in all of her fertile glory.

How does Midsommar manipulate the viewer? ›

Aster manipulates the viewer into seeing the cult's actions as beautiful and justified, keeping most of the horrors off-screen and asking us to look at the blinding beauty of the commune.

What happens at the end of midsummer? ›

Dani discovers Christian in flagrante and finally lets out her howling grief, surrounded by a half-dozen girls who match her keening with their own. Christian finishes the act, then runs out of the mating house naked and discovers, in a chicken coop, what happened to Simon.

What happens to mark in Midsommar? ›

After that, Mark's body is then stuffed and has a jester outfit on, benefiting Mark's character as "The Fool". His body, along with Josh, Simon, and Connie's bodies and the paralyzed Christian in a disemboweled bear with five other cultists (among them Ulf and Ingemar) are burned to death in a temple fire.

What is the breathing thing in Midsommar? ›

The Hårga use breath to reinforce their insular group, to synchronize individuals, and to connect to outsiders like Dani. (Kenney also developed the sound of the "punctuation" breaths, Aster says.) Late in the film, Dani's emotional dam finally bursts and she begins howling in pain.

Who is the red hair girl in Midsommar? ›

Maja is a fictional character appearing in the 2019 horror film Midsommar directed by Ari Aster. She is portrayed by Isabelle Grill.

Is Midsommar every 90 years? ›

"The last ritual of the film is what happens every 90 years," Aster explained. "The rest is business as usual. Although it is suggested that there are more days of celebration to come. The movie doesn't span 9 days."

What did Dani see in the keyhole? ›

Dani returns to the village just as Christian is carrying out his mandate under extreme duress. She catches sight of the ritual through the temple's keyhole: Middle-aged naked women are writhing and singing around her boyfriend mid-coitus.

Does Midsommar have jump scares? ›

The constant light, along with the relentlessly pretty and folksy design, makes Midsommar a horror movie like no other. Note that although there are no jump scares, there are some really upsetting images.

What happens in the cliff scene of Midsommar? ›

When these elders jump off this cliff to their death, it's forcing Dani into confrontation with this thing that she's been avoiding. Her family dies in a very horrible way at the beginning of the film, and she's been sort of pushing it away. She's been more or less successful at compartmentalizing the experience.

Why is Midsommar rated R? ›

The MPAA rating has been assigned for “disturbing ritualistic violence and grisly images, strong sexual content, graphic nudity, drug use and language.” The Kids-In-Mind.com evaluation includes an extended sex scene including full nudity, several scenes of death by suicide and murder leaving bloody and broken bodies, ...

Is Midsommar based on a true story? ›

Ari Aster's Midsommar is partially based on a real-life Swedish festival, but the customs don't involve the same violence and pagan cult activities on show in the horror movie.

Is it 2 scarier than 1? ›

Compared to the original 2017 film, IT Chapter Two plays out more like an epic drama, rather than a traditional horror. Andy Muschietti's IT Chapter Two is a horror movie based on a Stephen King novel, but it's not as scary as the first movie, though it does have its fair share of horrifying moments.

Which is scarier Hereditary or Midsommar? ›

The Scares Victor: Hereditary

I love Midsommar, but if somebody were to ask me the scariest movies I've ever seen, then Hereditary would be high on that list, and Midsommar wouldn't even rank.

What happened to Connie's body in Midsommar? ›

Connie's Death Represents Water

As she's wheeled into the building, her body is blue, wet, and covered in seaweed. It is obvious that she was drowned by the Hårga members and left in the water until they needed to use her for the appropriate ritual.

Was a real bear used in Midsommar? ›

The bear was used to the cage. The bear was not forced to leave but was encouraged to leave using honey and apples. The sectional doors were then opened and the bear walked through into the set cage with the encouragement of apples. After filming, the bear was released for the day.

Why did the old people jump off the cliff in Midsommar? ›

Ättestupa is the Swedish word given to a number of steep cliffs. The myth of the ättestupa holds that in prehistoric Nordic times, older community members would throw themselves off a precipice for the sake of the greater good during famines or crises.

Why Does Dani throw up in Midsommar? ›

In one scene in particular, after being crowned May Queen, Dani sees her boyfriend take part in a sex ritual and proceeds to have a massive panic attack, in which she vomits and sobs loudly — all while the Hårgan women surround her and mimic her sobs.

Is dont worry darling inappropriate? ›

Why is Don't Worry Darling rated R? The MPAA rated Don't Worry Darling R for sexuality, violent content and language.

What Midsommar means? ›

It's a word found in Swedish, Germany, and other European languages that translates to midsummer, but actually refers to what is technically known as the first day of summer or the summer solstice.

Is Midsommar a psychological horror? ›

Ari Aster's folk-horror/psychological-thriller, Midsommar, is the kind of film that haunts your dreams (and, lets be honest, waking hours), for days to come. The movie tells the story of a group of friends who travel to Sweden for a fabled mid-summer festival.

Do the Hårga exist? ›

Hårga is indeed real, but the Hårga people, insofar as Aster conceived of them for his movie, are not. There is no direct analog to this quasi-cult with discomforting rituals around death and bearskins.

How do Swedes feel about Midsommar? ›

Maypoles and dancing

Midsummer is normally an occasion of large gatherings − and to be honest, many Swedes take advantage of it to fulfil their social obligations so that they can enjoy the rest of their holiday in peace. In many cases, whole families gather to celebrate this traditional high-point of the summer.

Is halsingland real? ›

Hälsingland (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈhɛ̌lːsɪŋland] ( listen)), sometimes referred to as Helsingia in English, is a historical province or landskap in central Sweden. It borders Gästrikland, Dalarna, Härjedalen, Medelpad and the Gulf of Bothnia. It is part of the land of Norrland.

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