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Oct 11, 2019

[Answer] Which two countries are considered Nordic but not Scandinavian?

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...1. Denmark & Norway 2. Norway & Finland 3. Finland & Iceland 4. Iceland & Sweden




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Finland & Iceland - Regional and geopolitical terms can be tricky, so there's no shortage of travelers who have made the faux pas of confusing Scandinavia with the Nordic countries in conversation. Scandinavia, though, is a geographical and cultural region comprised of Norway and Sweden — the countries fully situated on the Scandinavian Peninsula — as well as nearby Denmark, which juts out of the European mainland. The Nordic countries (a geopolitical term) include those three, plus all the countries and provinces that they share a political connection with: Namely, Finland, which is east of Scandinavia, and Iceland, located out in the Atlantic Ocean.:


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