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    Norway language

    The Kingdom of Norway is a country belonging to Europe, whose capital is Oslo. It has a population of 5 million inhabitants (118th) and an area of ​​385,203 km 2 (67th). Its human development index is very high (it is the 1st in the world) and its official currency is the Norwegian crown. But what language is spoken in Norway? What language do they speak in Norway? Norway has two official languages: Norwegian, spoken by 95% of the population. The Sami languages, language of the Lappish people. In addition, Norway has recognized minority languages: Kven (1,500 speakers), Romani (500), and…

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    History of Norway

    Brief history of Norway summarized Summarized, clear and simple vision of the history of Norway, from prehistory to the oil age, including the Vikings. Although modern Norway as we know it today has only existed briefly for 200 years, the history of the Nordic lands is long. There is much to learn from this ancient glacial land, from the earliest settlers to the modern age of engineering and technology. Early history of Norway The land now known as Norway emerged from the last Ice Age thanks to the heating effect of the Gulf Stream. The glacial lands became habitable around…

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  • Norwegian traditions and customs

    What traditions and customs are there in Norway? We immerse ourselves in the customs and traditions of Norway, in Northern Europe. Gastronomy Food in daily life The food considered by many to be the most typically Norwegian is brown cheese which is thinly sliced ​​with a cheese flat (a Norwegian invention) and eaten on bread. Breakfasts (frokost) generally consist of coffee, bread (including flat or crusty bread), pickled or smoked fish, deli meats, perhaps boiled eggs, and dairy products such as cheese, butter, yogurt, and varieties of sour milk. Breakfast can be more substantial than the midday meal (Monsj), which…

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