Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden together are called the Nordic countries, a culturally similar geographical region in Northern Europe. Denmark, Norway and Sweden are called Scandinavia, a region with rich cultural and historical connections and similar languages. Finland is culturally Scandinavian, but geographically not.
Greenland, the Åland Islands, and the Faroe Islands are autonomous territories under the authority of Denmark and Finland. They are culturally distinct and geographically remote.