Scandinavia

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.

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Which countries are Scandinavian countries?

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Scandinavia includes the three kingdoms of Denmark, Sweden, and Norway. Not to be confused with the Scandinavian cultural region which includes Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, and occasionally the Faroe Islands, Greenland, and Finland. Another term, "the Nordic Countries" refers to Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Finland, the Faroe Islands and Greenland.
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Why did the Vikings left Scandinavia?

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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!
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What are the five countries that make up Scandinavia?

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For more information on Scandinavia or any one of its territories just double click on its name on this page Scandinavia consists of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Iceland. Norwegian, Swedish, and Danish languages are pretty similar, although Finnish is nothing in comparrison. The Icelandic language is what the Vikings used to speak like, but some words in each of the Scandinavian languages have very similar words from the Icelandic language. Scandinavia only consists of 3 countries Norway, Sweden and Denmark, you are probably thinking of Norden or the Nordic-contries which also contains Finland and Iceland. This is a common mistake, but its still important to remember there are only 3 countries in Scandinavia. They share history and speak Scandinavian, while Finland speaks finish which is not a part of the Scandinavian language branch, and the Icelandic language is a part of the branch it is to far away to be considered a Scandinavian country. Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland
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What are the capitals of Scandinavia?

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Here is a list of the 3 Scandinavian capitals: Sweden = Stockholm Population: 2 million Norway = Oslo Population: 1.3 million Denmark = Copenhagen Population: 1.7 million There are four capitals in Scandinavia: Oslo in Norway, Stockholm in Sweden, Copenhagen in Denmark, and Reykjavik in Iceland.
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How you get your roll no of 12th class for open hbse?

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To get your roll number: Rajjkumar vill.balkara p.o. mauri teh.ch.dadri dist.bhiwani
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Where did the vikings liveD?

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The lived in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Iceland.
Asked in Languages and Cultures, Scandinavia

What languages are spoken in scandinavia?

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Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Icelandic. (If you include Finland as Scandinavian, then Finnish as well. Some include it and some don't.) In Denmark they speak Danish In Norway they speak Norwegian In Sweden they speak Swedish In Iceland they speak Icelandic In Finland they speak Finnish (but I don't think they classify Finland as Scandinavia, but anyway...) Norwegian, Icelandic, Swedish, Danish. Icelandic, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian. The word "Scandinavian" refers to a large, geographical region, and not a specific country or language. The languages spoken in the Scandinavian region are: Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, and Finnish, as well as several local dialects and language divergences.
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What were Scandinavian coins of low denomination?

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I think this must be "skilling"
Asked in Atheism, Scandinavia, Agnosticism

Why is Scandinavia less religious?

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You don't say as compared with who. But religious belief is generally inversely related to the education standard of a country.
Asked in Oceans and Seas, Scandinavia

What three Scandinavian countries border the Black Sea?

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The Baltic Sea, not the Black Sea: Norway, Sweden, Denmark.
Asked in Demographics, Scandinavia

Which Scandinavian country is the largest and has the largest population?

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Sweden, but if you include Svaldbar in Norway it has a larger area
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Need a list of Scandinavian countries?

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Scandinavian countries: Denmark, Norway, Sweden.I am putting the definition of Nordic countries here because many people confuse the Scandinavian countries and the Nordic countries.Nordic countries: Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Finland.
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What are the Scandinavian counties?

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Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
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What is the capital of Scandinavia?

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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

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