Norway – A Small Country with Two Written Languages

Everyone who speaks Norwegian, whether it be a local dialect or one of the two standard official languages, can be understood by other Norwegians.

Norwegian identity

What does being Norwegian mean?

Norwegian Folktales and Legends

The Norwegian cultural heritage holds many treasures. Popular story telling may be the among the finest of these treasures.
Norway Attractions - Stave Churches - Borgund Stave Church

Stave Churches Norway – Learn more about them here

There are only 28 stave churches left in all of Norway. These churches take their names from the distinctive building technique using vertical staves.
Norway Travel - Bergen Railway

Bergen Railway – Oslo to Bergen

The Bergen Railway is also known as the "Bergen Line" and in Norwegian language "Bergensbanen". In this article series we refer only to it as the Bergen Railway. Facts about the Bergen Railway The railway is...
Norwegian Recipes - Boiled Cod

Norwegian Food – Learn more about it here

What food is Norwegian? Here you can learn more about Norwegian food...
National Day May 17th

Norwegian National Anthem

Text for the Norwegian National Anthem
Norway - Norwegian Money

Norway Currency – This is the Currency of Norway

Short brief bout the Norwegian currency.

Facebook Norway

Norway is at Facebook! Join us for free and get updates from Norway. Many reasons to join today!

Calling to Norway / Telephones in Norway

About calling to Norway and the Norway country code.

Norwegian Folk Art

The term folk art is relatively new and is used to describe the decorative products of rural home-industry and craft of the pre-industrial period.

Norway in a Nutshell – All year

Norway in a nutshell is one of the most popular round trips in Norway.

Where is Norway?

Norway is located in the northern part of Europe.

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Norway Bergen Events- Bergen Gingerbread City

December 2017: World’s Largest Gingerbread City

Bergen has the world’s largest and finest gingerbread town. Kindergartens, schools, businesses and thousands of individuals have contributed every year since Christmas in 1991.