Nagara-nagara Nordika

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Peta pulitik nagara-nagara Nordik lan tlatah saubengé.

Nagara-nagara Nordik dumunung ing Éropah Lor sing diarani Tlatah Nordik, dumadi saka Denmark, Finlandia, Islandia, Norwegia lan Swedia lan teritori kang magepokan kaya Kapuloan Faroe, Greenland lan Åland. Ing sadina-dina istilah Skandinavia kadhangkala dipigunakaké minangka sinonim tumrap nagara-nagara Nordic.[1]

Kronologi nagara-nagara Nordic[besut | besut sumber]

Abad Entitas Pulitik Nordik
21st Denmark (UE) Faroes (Denmark) Islandia Norwegia Swedia (UE) Finlandia (UE)
20th Denmark Swedia Finlandia
19th Denmark Uni Swedia lan Norwegia (uni personal) Rusia (GD Finlandia)
18th Denmark-Norwegia (Uni personal) Swedia
(utawa Swedia-Finlandia)
17th
16th
15th Uni Kalmar
14th Denmark Norwegia Swedia
13th
12th Faroes Islandik CW Norwegia
Wong Nordik Danes Faroese Wong Islandia Wong Norwegia Wong Swedia Wong Finlandia

Gendéra lan simbul[besut | besut sumber]

Gendéra[besut | besut sumber]

Kabèh nagara-nagara Nordik, klebu teritori otonom Kapuloan Faroe lan Kapuloan Åland, duwé désain gendéra kang padha, kabèh migunakaké dhasar Dannebrog, gendéra Denmark, awujud palang sing punjeré ora dumunung ing tengah (off-center) kapara luwih cedhak marang cagak gendérané, kang diarani palang Nordik (Nordic cross).

Dhènemarken Kapuloan Faroe Finlan Èslan Nurwègen Swèdhen Åland
Denmark Kapuloan Faroe Finlandia Islandia Norwegia Swedia Kapuloan Åland
Gendéra Nordik

Lemah Ijo lan WongSami uga nyonto gendéra iki mung tanpa palang Nordik, nanging diganti bunderan kang punjeré uga ora dumunung ing tengah.

Greenland Sami flag.svg
Lemah Ijo (Greenland) Wong Sami

Populasi[besut | besut sumber]

Populasi nagara-nagara Nordik.

1. Swedia - 9,142,817
2. Denmark - 5,470,919
3. Finlandia - 5,309,000 (including Åland with a population of 27,000)
4. Norwegia - 4,770,000
5. Islandia - 316,252
6. Greenland - 57,100
7. Kapuloan Faroe - 48,317

Delengen uga[besut | besut sumber]

Pranala njaba[besut | besut sumber]

  • Norden — the Nordic Council and the Nordic Council of Ministers' website.
  • Nordregio — a European centre for research, education and documentation on spatial development, established by the Nordic Council of Ministers.
  • NordRegio Statistics — a collection of thematic maps and figures of Nordic and Baltic countries by NordRegio.
  • Go Scandinavia — official website of the Scandinavian Tourist Boards in North America.
  • Scandinavia House — the Nordic Center in New York, run by the American-Scandinavian Foundation.


  1. ^ "Scandinavia". In Merriam-Webster's Online Dictionary. Retrieved 10 January 2008: "Scandinavia: Denmark, Norway, Sweden — sometimes also considered to include Iceland, the Faeroe Islands, & Finland." (Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary defines "Nordic" as an adjective dated to 1898 with the meaning "of or relating to the Germanic peoples of northern Europe and especially of Scandinavia."), "Scandinavia" (2005). The New Oxford American Dictionary, Second Edition. Ed. Erin McKean. Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-517077-6: "a cultural region consisting of the countries of Norway, Sweden, and Denmark and sometimes also of Iceland, Finland, and the Faroe Islands"; Scandinavia (2001). The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. Retrieved January 31, 2007: "Scandinavia, region of N Europe. It consists of the kingdoms of Sweden, Norway, and Denmark; Finland and Iceland are usually considered part of Scandinavia"; Scandinavia. (2007). Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved January 31, 2007, from Encyclopædia Britannica Online: "Scandinavia, historically Scandia, part of northern Europe, generally held to consist of the two countries of the Scandinavian Peninsula, Norway and Sweden, with the addition of Denmark"; and Scandinavia. (2006). Microsoft Encarta Online Encyclopedia. Retrieved January 30, 2007: "Scandinavia (ancient Scandia), name applied collectively to three countries of northern Europe—Norway and Sweden (which together form the Scandinavian Peninsula), and Denmark".