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Scandinavia is a northern European region that consists of Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Finland, Greenland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands are often regarded as part of the region, which stretches as far as north of the Arctic Circle.
The origin of the word is not entirely clear but people generally favor the idea that it means the island of darkness or fog island. Reasoning: The Norwegian word skodde means fog and avia means island in Norwegian. On old maps, Scandinavia is often shown as an island, and as people's knowledge of w…
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Norway, Sweeden and Denmark. :) NOT FINNLAND
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Norway, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Greenland, Faroe Is., Aland Is.. That is all.
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For more information on Scandinavia or any one of its territories just double click on its name on this page Scandinavia consists of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Iceland. Norwegian, Swedish, and Danish languages are pretty similar, although Finnish is nothing in comparrison. The Icelandic …
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Norway has the highest elevation.
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The Scandinavian countries are: Finland Sweden Norway Denmark Iceland Faroe Islands Greenland Greenland and Faroe Islands is actually a part of Denmark but have home ruling with their own Parliament. They also are members of the Danish Parliament.
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Iran The other guy answered that Persia was consists of some of this countries but , for a while Persia was governed by Turks and Arabs and Afghans, well that's not completely true because , on that time there was no such a country as Afghanistan or Azerbaijan or UAE, IT WAS PERSIA but because ea…
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The lived in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Iceland.
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The Vikings settled Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, and Iceland. They would raid countries and fish for food. The Viking Age lasted from a.d.800 to a.d.1100.
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Norway, Sweden, Denmark
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Jamaica, Trinidad, barbados,gayana,leeward island and windward island
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Answer The most cells you lose are from the skin and most of it you lose when you are taking bath. To make up the loss, it has to undergo mitosis continously.
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Scandinavia refers to the countries. Denmark, Norway, and Sweden Described in detail on == http://goscandinavia.about.com/od/scandinaviatripplanning/p/scanbasicstats.htm
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Norway and Sweden, and the northern part of Finland.
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If you are looking for fjords (a long narrow inlet) then, most fjords are found along the Norwegian coastline in Scandinavia. The word "fjord" is an import from the Norwegian language. If however you are looking for the Fjord horse breed, then you can find them just about anywhere. The best way to…
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As an ethinic and linguistic group Sweden, Norway, Demark, Iceland, and the Faeroe Islands are all Scandinavia. Culturally and geographically Finland is often included in that group as well
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Sweden,Denmark, Norway Finland and Iceland do together with scandinavia make up Norden or The northern countries, which is often confused with scandinavia but scandinavia is only Sweden, Denmark and Norway
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EuropeIt's in Europe.
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Scandinavian Peninsula.
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Sweden is the largest Scandinavian country. However, the Kingdom of Denamrk is larger as it includes Greenland and the Faroe islands.
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i know that skiing and soccer are big in Scandinavia
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To divide and reproduce! If cells don't undergo meiosis..then cells can't divide and they won't be able to reproduce!
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The five Scandinavian countries are Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Iceland.
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Usually Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
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Strictly speaking, Scandinavia is composed of Sweden, Norway, and Denmark. It is sometimes more broadly defined as the previous three countries in addition to Finland and Iceland.
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By convention the Viking age is typically delimited to this period : Year 793 : First recorded raid on convent on the Island of Lindisfarne, England Year 1066: The defeat of the Invading Norwegian King at Stamford Bridge, England ...which could seem to indicate that Vikings mostly directed their …
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Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
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Norway, Sweden, and Finland.
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The word "Norse" means "related to the north." So a Norseman is a man from the norht. The term was generally used to mean a Viking.It refers to the ancient Scandinavians, such as the Vikings, and their culture and language.It refers to the ancient Scandinavians, like the Vikings, and their language …
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Scandinavia is actually three or four countries (out of a possible five), depending on how it is defined (Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Finland or Iceland). Each has it's own capital. Here is a list of the capitals: Sweden = Stockholm Norway = Oslo Denmark = Copenhagen Finland = Helsinki Iceland …
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Norway, Sweden, and Denmark are the countries known as Scandinavia.
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Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. Iceland and Finland are sometimes mistakenly included, but they are part of the term called the Nordic Countries.
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Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland
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Scandinavia was an important region in the Lutheran Reformation during the 16th centuries. King Christian II of Denmark-Norway and Holstein and King Gustav I of Sweden both adopted Lutheranism personally and advanced it in their kingdoms. Christian II's successor, Frederick I was staunchly Catholic…
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Scandinavia is a part of Europe. It connections to the part of Russia that is part of Europe continent.
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The capital is Oslo and the country is Norway.
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The capital of the Scandinavian country is Stockholm.
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It's probably Norway. Sweden's mountains are mostly in the northern areas, and Denmark has none.
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Four! Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark. -
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Scandinavia is four countries (Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland), each with it's own capital.
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Four European countries extend beyond the Arctic Circle. They are Finland, Norway, Sweden and Russia. Iceland also extends above the Arctic Circle and is often considered a European nation.
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To the south: Germany To the east: Russia and Finland
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No. I'd say Finland isn't, but some people happily extend the term "Scandinavia" to Finland, along with Iceland and some even to Svalbard and Greenland. Geographically, Finland isn't really, Iceland most certainly isn't, and neither is Greenland or Svalbard. If you think about it: "Is Finland a …
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It's always been here since the ice age and then it just naturally got a name when people came. It's not a country that was found like the USA or Australia for instance. We have always been here.
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The northern European countries of Denmark, Norway and Sweden make up Scandinavia. Sometimes Finland is included in common English usage. Although Iceland and the Faroe Islands are commonly called part of Scandinavia, Scandinavian's do not consider them true Scandinavian countries.
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There is no specific Scandinavian word but the swedish translation is: "Död" and the norwegian and danish translations are probably quite similar.
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A Scandinavian woman will typically be around 5'2 in height. A Scandinavian man will typically be around 5'10 in height.
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Bergen is the next biggest city in Norway.
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Norway is the country that occupies the western half of the Scandinavian peninsula. Sweden occupies the eastern half of the peninsula.
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North pole, finland
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Scandinavians
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Norway, Finland, Denmark.
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lapps and samis
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lapland is in the north pole. Lapland is in finland. Total coverage 98,984.3 km² (representing 30% of Finland's total area). Land areas in Lapland account for 92,665.72 km² and waterways take up 6,318.58 km². Lapland's administrative capital is Rovaniemi with its population of 58,856 inhabitant…
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There are five Nordic countries. They are Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark.
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Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
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Denmark is the smallest Scandinavian country.
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This depends on what country they came from. If they came from Scandinavia in general, they would be known as "Scandinavians." They might also be known as Norwegian, Icelandic, Danish, Swedish, or Finnish.
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between Norway and sewden
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EstoniaLithuaniaLatvia
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Norway, Denmark and Sweden
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Scandinavia is not a country but a region consisting of many countries: Norway, Sweden and Denmark (Iceland is sometimes included). Norway uses the Norwegian krone Sweden uses the Swedish krona Denmark uses the Danish krone Iceland uses the Icelandic króna
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Norway and Sweden and northern part of finland
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The Gulf Stream, which brings warm water from the Caribbean to the north Atlantic.
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Can be a Smorgasbord.
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The Vikings.
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Shut up, you dont have anything to do with our family (Scandinavia) moahahah
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there are only 3 country's in Scandinavia: Denmark, Norway and Sweden but you are probably thinking of the Nordic countries/northern countries which is: Norway, Denmark Sweden, Finland and Iceland
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Anything related to or descended from the countries of Iceland, Norway, Sweden or Denmark.
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People who lived in the northern part of Europe, Norsemen = North-men. Culturally, these are people from what is now Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Denmark. Often called Vikings, but I saw on the History channel that vikings are not a people, the word was an activity meaning to go raiding.
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Scandinavia is not a city, but a part of Europe.
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There is no difference, other than the intent of the person being described. A viking was a trader who would sometimes raid small villages or other boats. They took advantage of a situation if it presented itself. Vikings were never full time vikings, they were either warriors during peacetime, …
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Sweden,Norway is the wrong answer. They are both connected by land. Sweden, denmark. separated by Kattegat Sea. Norway Denmark separated by skagerrak
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The Scandinavian countries are Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. The Nordic countries include the Scandinavian countries and their larger outlooks of Finland and Iceland. Finland and Iceland are sometimes mistaken as being Scandinavian for their large Scandinavian influence, but they are only Nordic.
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Skaal.
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Some Norse achievements were that they were the first Europeans to settle in North America; they did so about 500 years ahead of the rest of Europe. They also colonized Russia and many parts of England and the rest of the United Kingdom.
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Out of all the the countries apart of the Scandinavian peninsula, Sweden shares the longest border with Norway.
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Because of the tilt of the Earth at that time of year.
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Well Finland is a very beautiful country in scandinavia,but Sweden is the 'Jewel Of Scandinavia', it has always been the best country in Europe to me, you might disagree. And I'm not saying it because I'm swedish,I'm not swedish.
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Scandinavia means 'land of water'.
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