Abramelin Posted December 26, 2022 Author #176 Share Posted December 26, 2022 (edited) 9 minutes ago, Mario Dantas said: At least, Finland is very old, comparing to other European nations: The parts that were above sea level during and right after the end of the last ice age that is. Whatever part of Finland was not covered in ice, were mainly islands. Then Finland, together with much of the Scandinavian plate, started to rise because of isostatic rebound (or whatever it is called nowadays). Edited December 26, 2022 by Abramelin 1 Top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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