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'''Scandinavia''' is a geographical area in northern [[Europe]]. It includes the countries of [[Denmark]], [[Norway]] and [[Sweden]]. Strictly speaking, the area is identical to the Scandinavian [[peninsula]] which also includes parts of northwestern [[Finland]] but not Denmark. The Scandinavian countries have been [[socialist]] or [[liberal]] since late 19th century.{{fact}}
  
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Although there are distinct differences, the Danish, Norwegian and Swedish languages are quite similar; citizens of Scandinavian countries are able to understand each other quite well.
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Revision as of 20:14, 11 November 2007

Scandinavia is a geographical area in northern Europe. It includes the countries of Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Strictly speaking, the area is identical to the Scandinavian peninsula which also includes parts of northwestern Finland but not Denmark. The Scandinavian countries have been socialist or liberal since late 19th century.[Citation Needed]

Although there are distinct differences, the Danish, Norwegian and Swedish languages are quite similar; citizens of Scandinavian countries are able to understand each other quite well.