Which Scandinavian country should you live in?

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Based on your personality, this short quiz will match you with the best country to your personality; Are you more like Norway, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, or Iceland?

  • 1
    Which setting sounds the best?
  • 2
    What is most important to you?
  • 3
    Pick an animal

  • 4
    As a country, you would probably...
  • 5
    Pick a color
  • 6
    Weather would be...

  • 7
    What best fits you if you owned a country?
  • 8
  • 9
    If you couldn't live in your favorite Scandinavian country, where else would you live?
  • 10
    How good of a student are you?

Comments (6)


475 days ago
My country is Sweden

524 days ago
im so surpise after doing this test ....so i should live in FINLAND
577 days ago
WOOOWWW!!! Iceland, Switzerland and Norway are The Best!!!! MUCH WAY FUNN!!! and QUIET!!!!..... I WOULD BE PROUD IF I. LIVE THERE.... AND I'm a COLD PERSON TOO.! HEHEHHHE 😍❄️❄️❄️✌🏻
615 days ago
finland and iceland arent scandinavian
636 days ago
Finland is nordic but not Scandinavian
2024 days ago
It says in the Sweden finishing quote that they are independet throughout WW2 and not to fall to Nazi power. During the WW2, Sweden remained on no side at all. Not to the nazi's nor the allies. This meant the nazis could've walked in at any point if they chose to. however, Sweden was of no use to Germany and they chose to attack the other Scandinavian countries who actually had some use to the Nazis. For example Norway fought back against the Nazi-Germans, however lost because the Nazis wanted their "tungtvann" aka heavy water to produce atomic weapons of great destruction. Norway still fought against this, and if not, Nazi-Germany would have had atomic weapons very early on, and probably would have won the war.

Very unprofessional to say such a thing without finding reasons behind it. Sweden was independent only because Nazi-Germany had no real interest in it. They stayed neutral through the whole war, not daring to fight against the nasty Nazis, but the rest of the Scandinavian countries did.