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04-18-2013, 05:13 AM
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Originally Posted by orange is better View Post
Actually, Finland is technically not part of Scandinavia, and thus, Norse mythology is typically not associated with the Slavic people of Finland, who have their own mythology that actually predates most Norse tales.
Generally speaking they are not considered Germanic, Slavic or Romananic. I think Finno-Ugric is a more accurate term. Calling them Slavs is an oversimplification of a fairly complicated situation.

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