Arctic Circle Countries?

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There seven counties which are part of the Arctic circle and these are: United States of America, Greenland, Canada, Russia, Norway, Sweden and Finland. Iceland has less than one square kilometre inside the Arctic Circle. The Arctic Circle is a popular tourist site where people go hiking.
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i do not know. You did not even same the name of the country. Like seriously.
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Countries with land that is partly within the
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There are 8 countries that lie partly north of the arctic circle. Going west from 0 deg. longitude: Iceland (Grimsey island) Denmark (Greenland) Canada United States (Alaska) Russia
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No one owns any part of Antarctica. Antarctica does not belong to any nation, but is governed under an international treaty that bars countries from owning or exploiting its land.
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