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___________ has more in common with Finland than the other two Baltic states and is thus included as part of Northern Europe. A. Estonia, B. Latvia, C. Lithuania, D. Sweden, E. Belarus.
A. Estonia has more in common with Finland than the other two Baltic states and is thus included as part of Northern Europe.
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