Religion in Norway
Experience northern lights or midnight sun above the Arctic Circle, or visit the world famous Norwegian fjords with tall mountains and glaciers.
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Norway has a population of about 5 million and covers an area of 385,155 square kilometres. The official Head of State is King Harald V.
17 May is Norway's Constitution Day and is celebrated with children's parades and festivities.
Norway is known for nature attractions like fjords, mountains and midnight sun, and is easily accessible by plane from most European countries.
In 2014 the Norwegian constitution is 200 years old, and the occasion is celebrated all over the country.
Due to the Gulf Stream and warm air currents, Norway has a friendlier climate than the latitude indicates. Check our weather report before you travel.
The earliest signs of human settlement in Norway date back to 9000 BC. Norway was united to one kingdom 900 AD and got its own constitution in 1814.
Experience Norwegian Christmas traditions by visiting a Christmas market, enjoying a holiday concert, or catching a glimpse of the northern lights.
There are two forms of the Norwegian language, and the Sami language is of a totally different origin.
It's a long way from Karasjok in Finnmark to Grønland in Oslo.
Stave churches are an important part of Norway's architectural heritage. Urnes Stave Church in the Sognefjord is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Norwegian rose painting tradition developed from around 1750 and was both an imitation and in parts liberation from «guild art».