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  1. A restrictive definition may describe Northern Europe as being roughly north of the southern coast of the Baltic Sea, which is about 54°N, or may be based on other geographical factors such as climate and ecology. During the Early Middle Ages, the Roman Catholic Church expanded into Northern Europe and spread Christianity among the Germanic ...

  2. The map is showing Scandinavia, actually, Fennoscandia, the region in Northern Europe comprising the Scandinavian Peninsula (Norway and Sweden), Finland, Karelia (a region in Eastern Finland and the Republic of Karelia in the north western Russian Federation), and the Kola Peninsula, with its main city Murmansk, the largest city north of the Arctic Circle.

  3. Map of Scandinavia. 1423x1095 / 370 Kb Go to Map. Western Europe map. ... Map of Northern Europe. 2500x1276 / 621 Kb Go to Map. Map of Southern Europe. 2038x745 / 459 ...

  4. Map of Europe Political Map of Europe showing the European countries. Color-coded map of Europe with European Union member countries, non-member countries, EU candidates and potential EU candidates. The map shows international borders, the national capitals and major cities.

  5. The Viking Age in Northern Europe and Scandinavia spanned the late 8th to mid-13th centuries. With little interest in land acquisition, the Scandinavian (Norse) Vikings aggressively explored Europe for trade and riches.

  6. Highest peaks of Europe (with elevation): Mulhacén 3479, Galdhøpiggen 2469, Mont Blanc 4807, Elbrus 5642, Etna 3322, Moldoveanu 2544, Ben Nevis 1343 Oceans, Seas, bays:

  7. Our cruises to Northern Europe visit stunning ports in the United Kingdom, Scandinavia, Russia, and more. Set sail on an unforgettable journey down the Norwegian Fjords, where you’ll stop in quaint seaside villages and have the chance to marvel at Europe’s largest glacier.

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