Scandinavian Peninsula

NOUN
  1. the peninsula in northern Europe occupied by Norway and Sweden
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How To Use Scandinavian Peninsula In A Sentence

  • The Kingdom of Norway is a Nordic country west on the Scandinavian Peninsula in Europe.
  • The Kingdom of Norway is a Nordic country on the western portion of the Scandinavian Peninsula, bordering Sweden, Finland and Russia, with territorial waters bordering Danish and British waters.
  • For example, several models have been applied over most of the European continent including the Scandinavian Peninsula and parts of the North Atlantic Ocean extending all the way to the ice margins; even parts of have been included in such simulations [17]. Regional modeling of the Arctic
  • A state of rivalry In 1710, Sweden defeated Denmark at the Battle of Helsingborg, and the Danish Crown lost its last bid for land on the Scandinavian Peninsula. Serious and Silly Filmmaking in Denmark
  • Scandinavian Peninsula, much less of Greenland, Fillastre completed his codex by adding to Ptolemy's ten maps of Europe an eleventh. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI
  • The Scandinavian Peninsula is halved by an uninhabited mountain range, thus permitting the existence of two countries, The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy
  • He used them to obtain marble flooring from Rome, mirrors framed in gold from the mines in Carmarthenshire, carved furniture from Norsemen of the Scandinavian Peninsula, and pottery and dishware imported from Asia and brought to Britain by the Romans. The Night Dance
  • The revised map of the Northern countries in the third recension of Nicolaus, which placed Greenland north of the Scandinavian Peninsula, was a powerful factor in cartography for a century, especially as Waldseemuller gave the preference to this representation in his world and wall map of The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip
  • Illustrating what this can mean, recent Swedish headlines shocked the Scandinavian Peninsula with news of just such a cancer outbreak. Floods, Mold, Cancer, and the Politics of Public Health
  • Cathedral; and Archbishop of Hamburg (1043 or 1045) by royal appointment, with supremacy over the Scandinavian Peninsula and a great part of the Wend lands, in addition to the territory north of the Elbe. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize
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