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.
In the Scandinavian peninsula, Northern Europe
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Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland
I suppose the three you are talking about is Denmark, Norway and Sweden, but actually, Finland and Iceland are parts of Scandinavia as well.
Oslo is the capital city of Norway. It's the country's largest city and its center for business, culture and government. Additionally, it's a world center for shipping and maritime activities.
No, Scandinavia encompasses Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland, which don't even all come from the same language family. To some extent, the first three are mutually intelligible since they're very closely related, and Swedish and Finnish can sometimes share common words because of centuries of...
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Scandinavia was an important region in the Lutheran Reformationduring the 16th centuries. King Christian II of Denmark-Norway andHolstein and King Gustav I of Sweden both adopted Lutheranismpersonally and advanced it in their kingdoms. Christian II's successor, Frederick I was staunchly Catholic...
Yes. In Norway you can make about 2 or 3 times what you would make in the US. I met a girl in Kristiansand that worked as help in a book store and made about $20/hr. However, living costs in Norway are crazy. A small beer is like $8-9 dollars and I remember paying $17 dollars for small fries a...
Their flags have crosses, and they're clean unlike Denmark.
Norway and Sweden, and the northernmost part of Finland.
I think you mean Dannebrog, which is the flag of Denmark. If not, the I would say it means the castle of Danne or Danne's castle
There are no Scandinavian countries beginning with the letter U.
Norway is a Scandinavian country. Or Norway is in Scandinavia.
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...
The 5 regions of Scandinavia are Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, and Norway.
Scandinavia is a part of Europe. It connections to the part of Russia that is part of Europe continent.
All Scandinavian countries are great but for environmental reasons Denmark.
The capital of the Scandinavian country is Stockholm.
It's probably Norway. Sweden's mountains are mostly in the northern areas, and Denmark has none.
Four! Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark. -
Icelandic, Norwegian, Danish, Swedish.
Scandinavia is four countries (Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland), each with it's own capital.
Yes it is. No, it is not. Scandinavia consists of Norway, Sweden and Denmark. However, the Nordic countries consists of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Greenland, Åland and the Faroe Islands. There is also a term called Fenno-Scandinavia, which consist of Norway, Sweden and Finland...
No, Scandinavia is a part of Europe. It consists of the contries Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland.
The Sami, formerly known as the Lapps.
Margaret I of Denmark, Norway and Sweden (DK: Margrete I) was never given the title of King (which would have been linguistic nonsense) or Queen (which would not make her the ruler), but various titles (in Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Latin) basically meaning ruler/mistress/lady.
Four European countries extend beyond the Arctic Circle. They areFinland, Norway, Sweden and Russia. Iceland also extends above theArctic Circle and is often considered a European nation.
First of all it's in the Scandinavian area. Denmark has one of the Scandinavian languages. There is much interaction between the Scandinavian countries.
Finland is often considered Scandinavian, but it's not. It's really a Nordic country.
yes! Sweden,denmark and Norway belongs to Scandinavia! but not Finland and iceland.
Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Greenland, the Faroe Islands. Edit: Scandinavia consists of Denmark, Sweden and Norway. Greenland andthe Faroe Islands are not a part of Scandinavia.
Switzerland is not in Scandinavia.
To the south: Germany To the east: Russia and Finland
I think they call them "trolls".
They could leave because climate change was melting the ice around their home. They left because they couldn't grow crops in the cold weather! By the way, as for your question... 'Why did the vikings left Scandinavia', that is not quite grammatically correct!
There are three: Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. Iceland and Finland are sometimes considered fourth and fifth
Scandinavia is defined as Sweden, Denmark and Norway. It does not include Scotland.
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...
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland
highest in the world. so ridiculously high that it just seems unnatural.
Your spelling is correct.