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Module 01:
Isn't it always cold in Norway?

Some people think that Norway is freezing cold all year around, with extreme temperatures in the winters.

Let's get the facts about Norway’s weather and climate straight (hint: no, it's not cold all the time!).


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Gudbrandsdalen Valley.
Photo: Ian Brodie

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Four distinct seasons

We have four distinct seasons, each with its own charm and character. Most people visit during the summer months, but there are many reasons to go to Norway the rest of the year too.

Find extra information on Visitnorway.com
Heavy clouds over the mountainous landscape around Reine in Lofoten
Reine in Lofoten.
Photo: Asgeir Helgestad / Artic Light AS / Visitnorway.com

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A client objects: “But Norway must be really cold! I have looked on a map and Norway is on the same latitude as Greenland!” Which of the following is the correct response to this question?

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Lysefjord
Lysefjord.
Photo: florli.no