The countries that make up Scandinavia are Sweden, Norway and Denmark. Finland and Iceland are sometimes included as well. Sweden, Norway and Finland are found on the actual Scandinavian peninsula in the north of Europe.... More »

In terms of physical geography, the Scandinavian peninsula comprises Sweden, Norway and the northern portion of Finland. Denmark, which is situated to the south of the promontory, is part of the North European Plain. More »

The Iberian Peninsula is made up of the countries of Andorra, Portugal and Spain, in addition to a small piece of France and the British territory of Gibraltar. The most widely spoken languages are Spanish, Portuguese, C... More » Geography Europe

As of 2015, 10 countries are considered part of northern Europe: Iceland, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Territories that are part of northern Europe include... More »

The countries considered to comprise northern Europe are: Iceland, Ireland, the United Kingdom, the Faroe Islands, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Iceland, the United Kingdom, Ireland and... More »

Denmark is located near other Nordic countries in northern Europe, sharing borders with Sweden and Norway. The capital city of Copenhagen is located at approximately 55 degrees north and 12 degrees east. More »

Eight countries have land in the frigid zone: the United States, Canada, Russia, Iceland, Sweden, Finland, Norway and Greenland, which is part of Denmark. The frigid zones are the areas north of the Arctic Circle and sou... More »