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Sápmi (as its name is in Northern Sami languge), in English commonly known as Lapland (/ˈlæplənd/), is the most northern part of Fennoscandia. Fennoscandia is a peninsula in northern Europe.

The area of Lapland is shared between four countries: Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia. In Norway, as far south ased Hedmark county, there are areas with many Sami people.[1]

The original people of Lapland are the Sami people. The Sami people are also called Lapps. They are now a minority there.

The weather of Lapland is cold. Summer is short. There are big hills with no trees on top of them. Reindeer live in Lapland. You can see northern lights in the sky.

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