What is the largest country in Scandinavia?
Sweden has the biggest area in Scandinavia.
No. Sweden is the largest.
Yes. There are 3 countries in Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway and Sweden), and Norway is the second largest.
Sweden is the largest country in Scandinavia.
Denmark. It controls Greenland.
Danmark is the smallest country in Scandinavia.
Switzerland is not in Scandinavia.
Scandinavia is region, not a country
Scandinavia is Norway, Sweeden and Denmark.
No. It is the second largest city in Norway.
No, it is not a country.
Scandinavia is not a country. It is the reference for a group of countries. They are Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland.
The element scandium is named after Scandinavia.
Scandinavia borders Germany, Finland and Russia.
By population, Stockholm.
No. Sweden does.
Stockholm in Sweden.
Sweden is the best country in Scandinavia note: I'm not saying that because I'm swedish, I'm not.
Scandinavia is actually 3 countries: Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
the country of Scandinavia
Scandinavia is four countries: Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland.
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.
Botswana was never part of Scandinavia. Never will be. Didn't quite get the question, tho.
Norway of cours and Sweden are the poorest country
Denmark is a country in Scandinavia and Greeceland, I'm afraid, is not a place in this world. If however you mean Greenland, then it is the largest island in the world located in the Atlantic Ocean and it belongs to the Kingdom of Denmark, though Greenland is an autonomous country.
Sweden is a country in Scandinavia
Scandinavia is not a country. It consists of Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland. All of whom were neutral during the First World War.
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 included Iceland, Greenland, the Faroe Islands, Shetland, and Orkney) If it would still exist, it would, yes, probably be called by some as Scandinavia; "Scandinavia as a country", but yes it existed then, but no; not any more; Scandinavia is indeed not a country.
Sweden is the most populated Scandinavian country.
He was born in Scandinavia
Norway is a country in Scandinavia, Northern Europe.
Germany, Finland, Russia.
Possibly. Scandinavia either contains three or eight countries, if eight, then yes, if only three, then no. It is a Nordic country anyway.
Scandinavia includes Denmark, Sweden and Norway, however many people argue that Iceland and Finland should also be included based on the large populations of Scandinavians and history of Scandinavian conquest. Regardless, Sweden is the largest Scandinavian country at 449,964 km2. However, including territories, then Denmark has the largest area at 2,220,093 km2.
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland
Norway with 2469 moh.
Iceland with about 300.000 people
The biggest taiga starts from Scandinavia and goes trough the whole Russia.
I'm betting on Scandinavia. (Yes, I know that's not a specific country.)
Finland is often considered Scandinavian, but it's not. It's really a Nordic country.
Well Norway is the northernmost country and Oslo is it's capital in Scandinavia
Countries in Scandinavia use or have used the Kroner,
It originated in Scandinavia 5000 years ago
deep within the mountain ranges of Scandinavia
Norway is a Scandinavian country. Or Norway is in Scandinavia.