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Iceland... or Finland?

Do these characteristics apply to Iceland, Finland, both, or neither?
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1. Has red on its flag?
Iceland
Finland
Both
Neither
2. Has Swedish as an official language?
Iceland
Finland
Both
Neither
3. Its capital is its largest city?
Iceland
Finland
Both
Neither
4. Uses the Althing as its legislature?
Iceland
Finland
Both
Neither
Finland uses the Eduskunta.
5. Uses the euro as its currency?
Iceland
Finland
Both
Neither
Iceland uses the króna.
6. Has a lower population density?
Iceland
Finland
Iceland's is 3.5 per square kilometer, making it the most scarcely populated European nation. Finland's is 16.
7. Drives on the left side of the road?
Iceland
Finland
Both
Neither
8. Its northernmost point is further north?
Iceland
Finland
Finland reaches 70 degrees north, Iceland reaches 68.
9. A higher percentage of its people are Christians?
Iceland
Finland
75.1% Of Icelanders and 70.7% of Finns are Christian.
10. Has a bull, bird, dragon, and man on its coat of arms?
Iceland
Finland
Both
Neither
Finland has a lion on theirs.
11. Has a mixed democracy, meaning both presidential and parliamentary?
Iceland
Finland
Both
Neither
12. Became independent first?
Iceland
Finland
Finland in 1917, Iceland in 1944.
13. Has a higher average life expectancy?
Iceland
Finland
Iceland's is 82.3, Finland's is 81.6.
14. Has the world's highest per capita consumption of coffee?
Iceland
Finland
Neither
15. Is a member of the EU?
Iceland
Finland
Both
Neither
16. Has a higher GDP?
Iceland
Finland
Both
Neither
17. Has a higher maximum elevation?
Iceland
Finland
Iceland's highest point is at Hvannadalshnúkur, reaching 6,923 feet. Finland's is at Ridnitšohkka, reaching 4,318 feet.
18. Has fjords?
Iceland
Finland
Both
Neither
19. Is widely considered the world's happiest country?
Iceland
Finland
Neither
According to the World Happiness Report.
20. Has more rainfall?
Iceland
Finland
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