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. In the Northern Europe subregion, which country, famous for its mobile phones, was ruled under the Swedish monarchy until 1809? A. Norway B. Denmark C. Finland D. Estonia
In the Northern Europe subregion, the country famous for its mobile phones, which was ruled under the Swedish monarchy until 1809, is: FINLAND.
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