Å (lower case: å) — sometimes referred to as a Swedish a or volle — represents various (although often very similar)
Swedish keyboard showing Å, Ä, and Ö
Danish keyboard with keys for Æ, Ø and Å. On Norwegian keyboards the Æ and Ø trade places.
The fact that Å is a common letter in Swedish while having no native use in Finnish has led to it being used as a concise symbol for the Swedish language in Finland, as in this campaign to rid Finnish schools of Mandatory Swedish. The phrase reads "Away with enforced Swedish".