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Cities

Norway has no big city, not by any standard. Our capital Oslo is a small city with under 600.000 inhabitants. Oslo is also a county on it’s own, even though it’s surrounded by Akershus county. Getting city status in Norway … Continue reading

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The Royal Family

Norway is still a kingdom, with a king with absolutely no power at all. But you do need someone to cut ribbons and be an ambassador, and this job is done. At a cost. It’s said we have the second … Continue reading

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Sports

Our sports accomplishments are really sad, we win in sports that are hardly noticed in other countries. This is a list of currently active people that might have been noticed outside Norway. Female: Cecilia Brækhus: Boxing Helene Olafsen: Snowboard Marit … Continue reading

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17th of May

This is our national day, our independence day, an national holiday where almost everything is closed and people flock to the streets to be together in celebrating our independence from greedy neighbor states like Sweden, Denmark and Germany. Usually it … Continue reading

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