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Norrland encompasses two-thirds of [[Sweden]]'s surface are and about one-sixth of its population. Most of the major national parks in Sweden are located in the Northern parts of Norrland. The region is characterized by forests, mountains, rivers, mines, a harsh winter climate, long distances, left-wing attitudes, as well as university towns with young populations. Norrland is one of three major regions in [[Sweden]].
 
Norrland encompasses two-thirds of [[Sweden]]'s surface are and about one-sixth of its population. Most of the major national parks in Sweden are located in the Northern parts of Norrland. The region is characterized by forests, mountains, rivers, mines, a harsh winter climate, long distances, left-wing attitudes, as well as university towns with young populations. Norrland is one of three major regions in [[Sweden]].
  

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Norrland encompasses two-thirds of Sweden's surface are and about one-sixth of its population. Most of the major national parks in Sweden are located in the Northern parts of Norrland. The region is characterized by forests, mountains, rivers, mines, a harsh winter climate, long distances, left-wing attitudes, as well as university towns with young populations. Norrland is one of three major regions in Sweden.

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