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Greenland owned by _______?
Denmark
Scandinavian Peninsula is shared by_____?
Finland and Sweeden
Language spoken in finland?
Uralic
______ Has territory in the jutland peninsula
Denmark
Who are Welsh people descended from?
Celts
The longest ruling monarch?
Queen Victoria
Ireland has many _______? (Religious group)
Catholics
Group of people that herd reindeers in northern Finland are?
Lapps
The cheviot hills divides _____ from ____.
Scotland from England
When two or more parties join to form a government.
A Coalition Government
The vikings are from ______, ____, and _____.
Iceland, Greenland, and Newfoundland.
The chief body of the Parliament.
House of Commons
Another name for the church of England.
The Anglican Church
Who established a union of the Scandinavian countries?
Queen Margret
Who stayed neutral during the World Wars?
Sweeden
Largest city in Western Europe is ______.
London
______ is the process of a govt. taking direct control of a private industry.
Nationalization
Who created the commonweatlh of nations?
Britian
_______ Is knows for its glaciers and volcanoes.
Iceland
The _______ _______ seperates Great Britian from European mainland.
English Channel
What brings warm water from the west?
The North Atlantic Drift
The largest island in Europe is _______ _______.
Great Britain
What is the largest city in Scandinavia?
Stockholm
The main residency of the British royal family.
Buckingham Palace
Where is Buckingham Palace?
In London.
Yorkshire Plain and the Lancashire Plain are located in ______________.
Northern Europe
Downs are...?
Grassy rolling hills.
A Fjord is....?
A long narrow sea inlet carved by glaciers.
A Glen is....?
A narrow valley in Scotland
A loch is....?
A deep lake carved by glaciers.
A moor is...?
A lowland of low shrubs.
Peat is...?
Decayed moss found in bogs.
A shire is...?
A district found in England.