Sweden is bordered by the countries of Finland and Norway. The bodies of water that border Sweden include the Baltic Sea, the Gulf of Bothnia, the Kattegat and the Skaggerak. Sweden comprises a total area of 173,745 square miles, making it a little larger than the state of California.Know More
Sweden has a population of 9.7 million people as of 2014. Sweden's capital is Stockholm, and the country's official language is Swedish. The southern region enjoys a mostly temperate climate, while the northern region experiences a subarctic climate. Sweden's terrain is primarily flat, although the western region is mountainous. Sweden's maximum elevation is 6,926 feet above sea level at Mount Kebnekaise.
Geographically, Belgium borders the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg and France. To the north, Belgium also borders the Northern Sea as its only corridor towards ocean trade routes. Belgium's total geographic border spans approximately 1,385 kilometers, with a large portion measuring 620 kilometers making up the border with France. Its second largest border is the one with the Netherlands, which measures 450 kilometers in length.Full Answer >
The eight countries that border France include Belgium, Italy, Germany, Andorra, Luxembourg, Spain, Switzerland and Monaco. France shares around 345 miles of land border with Belgium, 296 miles with Italy, 260 miles with Germany, 34 miles with Andorra, 43 miles with Luxembourg, 401 miles with Spain, 326 miles with Switzerland and around 4 miles with Monaco.Full Answer >
There are a total of five countries that border Spain. Morocco, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Andorra and France all share a border with the Kingdom of Spain.Full Answer >
As of 2014, the countries that border Austria are the Czech Republic, Hungary, Germany, Slovakia, Slovenia, Italy, Switzerland and Liechtenstein. Austria was once the center of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, which fell apart after World War I.Full Answer >