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I live in England and admire many things I've read about the Scandinavian nations.
What's it like living there? I know they are all different, but how much so, and how different from living in England and Europe?
I live in the Skåneland (aka Scania). Skåneland consist of the four provinces Skåne, Halland, Blekinge and Bornholm. Skåne, Halland and Blekinge belong to Sweden. Bornholm belongs to Denmark. We want to have our own nation. We are not Swedes or Danes. I live in the part of Skåneland that belong to Sweden. Denmark and Sweden are very different from one another. Scanians are more like Danes. I hate Swedish culture. In Sweden everything is about political correctness and feminism. Sweden might seem like a nice place when you visit as a tourist but it's not.
very expensive in sweden. higher taxes
Well. Im a citizen of Finland. Nice country but cold (in winter with lot of snow).
And I have to warn you about the Finnish legal system which is not on very high level in honesty - even though it seems OK.
Lot of social corruption will be found on the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court will act as the stamp for the decisions without any interest to stydy the cases brought there. And do not bother to make an appeal. Its useless.
It seems every country have teir good and bad points so just make your choice.
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