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Scandinavia

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The Finno-Ugric language of Finland is entirely unrelated with Scandinavian language, although most people in Finland also speak Swedish, as Finland formerly was a Swedish territory. The language of Iceland is actually Old Norse (spoken in Scandinavia 1000 years ago and also closely related to Old English). Iceland was a Norwegian and then Danish colony until 1944.
See also: [[:fr:Scandinavie]], [[:WikiPedia:Nordic countries]]
[[WikiPedia:Northern Europe]]
[[fr:Scandinavie]]
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