Where is Scandinavia?

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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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Why is Scandinavia called 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

Where is Scandinavia located?

Look in the top middle of Europe. A little more to the right actually but Denmark is also part of Scandinavia so yeah north middle... :D

Is Scandinavia a country?

No. Not currently, but a union existed from 1397-1523 named the Kalmar Union . It united the three kingdoms of Denmark, Sweden and Norway under a single monarch. (Norway inc

Who are the scandinavias?

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Where is Scandinavia Eastern Europe Europe and Western?

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