Wonders of Northern Europe
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In the Northeast of Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea, Finland is a country of geographic and cultural transition between Russia and Scandinavia; at the same time with a very distinct identity.
Located in the North Atlantic Ocean between Greenland and Norway, Iceland is a volcanic island with a magnificent environment unique in the world. Why did humans decide to colonize Iceland?
Lapland, or Sápmi, is divided mainly between Norway, Sweden, and Finland. Sápmi forms a territory, bordering Nordic countries and spanning several hundred thousand square kilometers in the northwest.
Almost entirely covered by the Scandinavian Alps mountains, Norway indeed owes the forms of its topography to the glaciations which regularly affected and powerfully eroded it over 2.5 million years.
Stretching nearly 2 thousand kilometres between Denmark and Norway, Sweden is characterized by the variety of its natural landscapes, from the bucolic countryside in the south, to the boreal forests.