Well my knowledge of geography comes from a diary which had a very detailed maps of every continent. So I just judge this things on where the country seems to be on the map. I have no idea about their culture or language.
Like for me iceland looks more closer to UK then to scandinavia
@mur2501 I think as Europeans we often don't get that there are misconceptions about all the cultures on this continent. I experienced this with Americans who have their difficulties that the calculation 'white people = one culture' does not work - every country frontier is _at least_ one language and cultural border.
There have always been huge multilateral influences through trade, war and migration during history, still we are not one borg cube.
@thor Oh, I missed that.
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