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    The mainland consists mainly of a large peninsula and many islands, bordering Germany and both the Baltic and the North Sea. The country is one of the flattest in the world; with very few places much above sea level it also has two off-shore territories; Greenland and the Faroe Islands.

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    Finland is situated in northern Europe, and is bordered by Sweden, Russia, Norway and Estonia.

    It is a country with thousands of lakes and many islands, with little arable land, being mostly forested.

    Finland has a strong Lutheran following, and much of the country is scattered with churches and monuments reflecting this.
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    Norway 


    In northern Europe, Norway is bordered by Sweden, Finland, and Russia. With a vast coastline on the North Atlantic Ocean, Norway is home to the fjords which cut deep between the mountains and glaciers. Norway is one of the wealthiest countries in the world in part due to its participation in petroleum production.


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    Poland 


    Poland is situated at the southern end of the Baltic Sea. A country which has often been at the centre of military invasions and war, Poland still suffers extreme deprivation in some areas although is now beginning to improve. Coal was the main industry although manufacture of goods for the European market is now more predominant.

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    Switzerland is a landlocked country packed with breathtaking scenery. Its major exports are cheese and chocolate, both said to be some of the finest in the world. Traditionally Switzerland has been a producer of fine watch movements and is now possibly most famous for its fine skiing resorts, frequented by the rich and famous.

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