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Countries of Southern Europe (UN Statistic Division)

Albania free map, Andorra free map, Bosnia and Herzegovina free map, Croatia free map,  Gibraltar, Greece free map, Italy free map, Macedonia free map, Malta free mapMontenegro free map, Portugal free map, San Marino free mapSerbia free map, Slovenia free map, Spain free map, VaticanCity free map

Countries of Eastern Europe (UN Statistic Division)

Belarus free map, Bulgaria free map, Czech Republic free map, Hungary free map, Poland free map,  Republic of Moldova free map, Romania free map, Russian Federation free map, Slovakia free map, Ukraine free map

Countries of Northern Europe (UN Statistic Division)

Aland Islands free map, Channel Islands, Denmark free map, Faroe Islands, Estonia free map, Finland free map, Iceland free map, Ireland free map, Latvia free map, Lithuania free map,Luxembourg free map Norway free map, Svalbard and Jan Mayen free map, Sweden free map, United Kingdom free map, Guernsey, Isle of Man| Jersey free map

Countries of Western Europe (UN Statistic Division)

Austria free map, Belgium free map, France free map, Germany free map, Liechtenstein free map, Monaco free map, Netherlands free map, Switzerland free map Capital city: Helsinki Area: 130,127 sq miles (337,030 sq km ) Population: 4,998,478 Official languages: Finnish, Swedish Major religions: Christian 91%, other 9% Government: Multiparty democracy Currency: Euro Adult literacy rate: 99% Life expectancy: 78 years People per doctor: 323 Televisions: 640 per 1,000 peopleKNOWN AS “SUOMI” to its people, Finland is the most northerly independent country in the world. An aerial view of this land would show a spectacular pattern of forests, swampy peatland, massive lakes, and islands – scattered in the lakes and along the coastline. Most of it is covered with pine, spruce, and birch trees, and for up to half of the year it is carpeted with snow. After centuries of Swedish rule, Finland became part of Russia before independence in 1917. Finland has a distinctive language and culture that marks it apart from the rest of Scandinavia.