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Scandinavia

  1. 1. Assalam o Allaikum
  2. 2. Scandinavia A Historical And Cultural Introduction Calculus I
  3. 3. Introduction  Scandinavia refers to three Northern European countries: Sweden and Norway (together form Scandinavian Peninsula), Denmark  Finland and Iceland are generally included, while Greenland is rarely.
  4. 4. Scandinavian Peninsula  Comprised of two of three Scandinavian countries: Sweden & Norway  Denmark physiographical is part of North European Plain rather than peninsula itself.
  5. 5. Denmark Capital: Copenhagen Denmark is the southern most Scandinavian country, consists of over 400 islands, Linked to the main land by bridges  Almost all of the Denmark is low and flat, but there many low hills as well.
  6. 6. enmark
  7. 7. Norway Capital: Oslo Also called “The Land of Vikings, and the midnight Sun”, Norway is the north most country in Europe.  Norway is a jagged expanse of islands.
  8. 8. orway
  9. 9. Sweden Capital: Stockholm Sweden is the largest of scandinavian countries – both in land size and population  Sweden offers numerous lakes and sceneries to the tourists
  10. 10. tockholm, Sweden
  11. 11. Iceland Capital: Reykjavik  Scandinavia’s top attractions also include the geysers, especially the Blue Lagoon near Iceland’s capital Reykjavik.
  12. 12. lue Lagoon, Reykjavik
  13. 13. ummer in Scandinavia
  14. 14. jurgarden, Stockholm
  15. 15. Thank you! Presentation By:  Muhammad Talha Saqib (14)  Salman Yaseen (11)  Asad ()  Ijaz Ahmed ()

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