The Finns are Scandinavian but not germanic?
- ThomasLv 72 months ago
Nothing of both. Somehow connected to Hungarians.
- Right wingerLv 52 months ago
Finns are neither Scandinavian nor Germanic. Finns are all mongols, that is why Finns are considered ugly (not all of them).
- Anonymous2 months ago
Finno-Urgic actually ..Source(s): I've been to Finland and speak Finnish.
- 2 months ago
Sami people are definitely a different type of Europeans, probably came from South China and mixed with another unrelated Europeans who are different from Scandinavians and Anglo-Saxons.
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- MaguiLv 62 months ago
Finland is not a Scandinavian country. Also Finns are Finno-Ugric and not Germanic.
- ZirpLv 72 months ago
Strictly speaking, only Swedes and Norwegians (and the Sami among them) are scandinavian.
Finnish is not a germanic language, although all Finns learn the language of the ethnicly Swedish minority of Finns to some extent.