The Nordic countries occupy the northernmost part of Western Europe, extending to the North Pole. These include Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Åland and in most definitions Greenland, because of their longstanding political and linguistic ties. Northern Europe has always been considered the skull hoodie most livable place in the world. The countries of Northern Europe possess rich and beautiful natural scenery, and people enjoy good welfare. These are countries that not only have developed economies in the region, and the world, but also have a way of life that is admired by many.
Denmark is the smallest of the Nordic countries, possessing hundreds of islands, farmland, and endless beaches. Denmark, the Faroe Islands and Greenland are collectively known as the Kingdom of Denmark. While all three have their own parliaments, they are also part of the Kingdom of Denmark with Queen Margrethe II as the symbolic monarch.
Norway is only slightly larger than the US state of New Mexico, and two-thirds of Norway is mountainous. Norway has nearly 300 peaks higher than 2,000 meters (more than 6,500 feet).
Norway is the westernmost, northernmost - and surprisingly easternmost - of the three Scandinavian countries. Norway is known for its deep fjords, steep mountains, numerous waterfalls, wooden churches, the skulls motorcycle Northern Lights and thousands of years of maritime traditions. Norway's topology and nature have exceptional regional diversity.
Sweden is the largest of the Nordic countries by size and population, with about 10 million inhabitants. It is home to endless forests, clear blue lakes and beautiful archipelagos along the coast.
The country borders Norway and Finland and is connected to Denmark via a bridge tunnel over the Öresund.
The most popular souvenir in Sweden is the "overtaking moose" warning sign that is often seen along Swedish roads. Swedes replace thousands of these traffic signs every year.