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Here are entered works on the region composed of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, and sometimes expanded to include Finland and Iceland. Works on the northern European peninsula comprising Norway and Sweden are entered under Scandinavian Peninsula.

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Narrower terms:Used for:
  • Fennoscandia
  • Norden
  • Nordic countries
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