Uhm.. Iceland. That is a country.
If you might have heard about Iceland recently, in, let's say *a history book*, then Iceland was indeed part of Norway from 1262, and Norway, along with Iceland went under the Danish crown in 1388, and Iceland finally *became part of* Denmark in 1814.
But, currently, Iceland has been a sovereign country since 1918.
No, Iceland is not a communist country.
Iceland is a country. It does not belong to another country.
Iceland is a country located on an island.
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