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  1. Scandinavian Peninsula, large promontory of northern Europe, occupied by Norway and Sweden. It is about 1,150 mi (1,850 km) long and extends southward from the Barents Sea of the Arctic Ocean between the Gulf of Bothnia and the Baltic Sea (east), Kattegat and Skagerrak (south), and the Norwegian.

  2. Scandinavia, and the Nordic area (we’ll come back to this shortly), is a geographical and historical environment that covers a large portion of Northern Europe. The Scandinavian Peninsula stands out as the largest Peninsula in Europe. The Scandinavian Peninsula is technically made up of Norway and Sweden, and it measures around 1,150 miles long.

  3. Dec 10, 2019 · Scandinavia is a large region of northern Europe that is predominantly made up of the Scandinavian Peninsula. This peninsula contains the countries of Norway and Sweden. Neighboring Denmark and Finland, as well as Iceland, are also considered to be part of this region.

  4. Jul 16, 2023 · The Scandinavian Peninsula is made up of Sweden and Norway. The peninsular is about 1,150 mi (1,850 km) long and extends southward from the Barents Sea in the north, the Norwegian sea to the west and the Gulf of Bothnia and the Baltic Sea to the east.

  5. Satellite photo of Scandinavia, February 2003. Scandinavia is a group of countries in northern Europe. Scandinavia has Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. Some people also think Finland is part of Scandinavia. Others also say Iceland and the Faroe Islands should count.

  6. Mar 31, 2021 · The Scandinavian Peninsula is located in Northern Europe and joined to the continental mainland (Russia) to the north. It is bordered to the east by southern Finland across the Gulf of Bothnia , southeast by the Baltic Sea , south by Denmark with the Øresund Strait in between, northwest by the Kola Peninsula, and west by Iceland across the ...

  7. Scandinavia is the three countries, Denmark, Sweden and Norway and is located in northern Europe. These countries are located on the Scandinavian Peninsula, which extends northward from the European continent.

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