This was literally the Avatar of Scandinavia, and yet, I never even knew it existed.
Marxism may have developed in the middle of the 19th century but it has since evolved into the social democracies of Scandinavia.
In Greece, they sneak into homes to scare children, and in Scandinavia, the gnomes play pranks.
Around 50 men, whose bones can be traced back to Scandinavia, were rounded up and beheaded at some point in the 11th Century.
It had the pace of an American thriller, but the tone of something that could only have been made in Scandinavia.
Stockholm is the centre of the social and literary activity of Scandinavia, hardly second in these respects to Copenhagen.
All was over with Scandinavia; there remained the Normans of France.
The dolmens occur also in Scandinavia, France, and Brittany.
Crossing the sea into Scandinavia, we obtain some valuable information.
He wrote a hymn-book, which is still in use in Scandinavia, and he had a beautiful natural voice.
1765, from Late Latin Scandinavia, Skandinovia, a mistake for Scadinavia, from a Germanic source (cf. Old English Scedenig, Old Norse Skaney "south end of Sweden"), from Proto-Germanic *skadinaujo "Scadia island," first element of uncertain origin, second element from *aujo "thing on the water," from PIE *akwa- "water" (see aqua-). It might truly have been an island when the word was formed; the coastlines of the Baltic Sea has changed dramatically since the end of the Ice Ages.