The geography of Scandinavia is extremely varied. Notable are the Norwegian fjords, the Scandinavian Mountains, the flat, low areas in Denmark and the archipelagos of Sweden and Norway. Sweden has many lakes and moraines, legacies of the ice age, which ended about ten millennia ago.
It spans from mountains to low lands and then the Sea. Apart from the Scandinavian countries, Denmark shares a border with Germany and Norway shares a border with Russia. Galdopiggen is known to be the highest point in Scandinavia; it is located at the height of 2469 metres. These countries are mostly cold. The summer here is very pleasant as it ranges from 15° to 30°.