What is the capital to Norway Scandinavia?
Oslo is the capital and the most populous city in Norway.
Sweeden :) Capital of Sweeden is Stockholm ;)
Sweden, and its capital is Stockholm.
Well Norway is the northernmost country and Oslo is it's capital in Scandinavia
Oslo, the capital of Norway.
Scandinavia is four countries (Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland), each with it's own capital.
Scandinavia easternmost country is Finland. Finland is located between Russia and Sweden and has Norway on its north. The capital city of Finland is Helsinki.
Norway is a part of scandinavia. Scandinavia is Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
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 = Reykjavik
There is no capital of Scandinavia. They are individual nations. Though Stockholm says that they are the capital. That is untrue. That is only commercial for tourism. It has been a big discussion in all of the nordic countries, that Stockholm said that. The capitals are in Scandinavia: Denmark - Copenhagen/København Sweden - Stockholm Norway - Oslo
Scandinavia is defined as Sweden, Denmark and Norway. It does not include Scotland.
Yes. There are 3 countries in Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway and Sweden), and Norway is the second largest.
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
Scandinavia is Norway, Sweeden and Denmark.
The tallest mountain in Scandinavia is Galdøpiggen, Norway.
Norway is a Scandinavian country. Or Norway is in Scandinavia.
yes! Sweden,denmark and Norway belongs to Scandinavia! but not Finland and iceland.
Norway is a country in Scandinavia, Northern Europe.
Scandinavia consists of Sweden, Denmark and Norway.
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland are the countries of Scandinavia.
Yes, Scandinavia consists of Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
No. Scandinavia comprises Finland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
Scandinavia covers, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. Scandinavia is to the east of England, across the north sea.
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 it is in Norway which is North East of the UK and part of Scandinavia.
No. Norway is in northern Europe, specifically Scandinavia.
supposed to be warlord Odin aka Votan, he came from the nomadic state with capital Asgard, invaded europe and conquered Scandinavia (5000 B/C)
Scandinavia is north of Germany & Poland. It's Norway, Sweden and Finland
Scandinavia is actually 3 countries: Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
The three countries that the vikings came from were Scandinavia denmark and Norway The three countries that the vikings came from were Scandinavia denmark and Norway
Scandinavia includes the countries of Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. Scandinavia is the most developed region of the world. Scandinavia was home to the vikings. Scandinavia means 'Land of water'.
Scandinavia; Sweden, Denmark and Norway: ~19 million. (2008 est.) Your definition of Scandinavia may vary, so: Nordic Countries; Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Iceland and possessions: ~25 million
Norway is a part of Scandinavia (Norway, Sweden and Denmark) and Europe.
Norway, Sweden, and Denmark are the countries known as Scandinavia.
Scandinavia is four countries: Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland.
The 5 regions of Scandinavia are Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, and Norway.
There is no such thing as a "world capital of Norway." The capital (or "national capital") of Norway is Oslo.
Scandinavia is not a city, but a part of Europe.
Norway, Denmark and Sweden
Scandinavia & Norway
Norway and Sweden.
it is part of Scandinavia
No. Sweden does.
No, Scandinavia is a part of Europe. It consists of the contries Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland.
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
The countries Norway, Denmark, and Sweden are part of Scandinavia. Finland, Iceland, and the Faroe Islands are sometimes considered Scandinavia also.
Scandinavia is not a country. It is the reference for a group of countries. They are Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland.
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland
Scandinavia (Norway, Denmark, and Sweden).
Norway, Sweeden and Denmark. :) NOT FINNLAND