Tundra is found along the Arctic Ocean in Europe. It can be
found in Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, and Denmark (via
Northern European plain is tundra.
Sweden has a tundra climate in the northern part of the country. The southern part of the tundra is mountainous alpine tundra,
Norway has the most permafrost area, or tundra.
Denmark is the most densely populated Northern European country.
It is most likely to be the Northern Scandinavian peninsula and Northern European Russia. Another area would the the Swiss Alps.
Iceland is the most western European nation. However, Norway is the most northern.
Ireland, a European country, shares a border with Northern Ireland, and Northern Ireland is part of the British Isles - so Ireland is the nearest European country. The next one would be France, which is on the other side of the English Channel.
Yes; it's in Northern Europe.
the tundra is found in the Northern part of Canada, also in Northern Russia
the northern lights appear in the tundra
The northern European country that has benefited the most from the north sea oil is Denmark. Most foreign workers in Germany are of Turkish origin.
Yes, Sweden is the largest country in Northern Europe (if not counting European Russia) and is the 5th largest country in all of Europe.
Finland Finland. Finland
Yes, Denmark is in the north of Europe.
Tundra is located in the northern hemisphere.