The Norwegian flag had been discussed and planned and drafted since the constitution was written in 1814. The three colors we have were not the only propositions: green was also mentioned as a neutral color nobody could take offence of! The final flag was a compromise that everybody could agree on; …
there is no terror..
The girls are hotter
Free hospital choice
Smoking is banned in all places that serve food or drinks for consumption, such as restaurants, cafés, discos, bars and pubs. The main purpose of the legislation is to protect employees, as well as gue…
Yes, Germany attacked Norway and Denmark on the 9. April 1940.
Scotland won the battle after Norway attacked shortly after another army lead by McDonald of Ireland had been defeated. Then, weary as Macbeth's army was, they defeated the Norwegians.
So Scotland 1, Norway 0
April 9, 1940.
The king was Haakon VII, his prime-minister was Johan Nygaardsvold
Skiing. They say that norwegians are born with skiis on their feet.Soccer and handball are good seconds.
Yes, the Nazis invaded Norway in April-June, 1940. The Nazi's did not get steel and iron from either Sweden or Noway.They (the Nazi's)Were let passage through Sweden if the would not hurt the Swedes.Norway has in their Fjords an element to be used in the production of German war bombs.A needed eleme…
Norway is to vast for you to use any "average" value as an indicator on how the weather is in Norway. There are coastline climates, inn-land climates, vast forests and massive mountains after the little incident with Greenland 400million years ago (crashed into Norway). In the winter, most of Norwa…
I'm not sure what the most common proffesion in Norway is, but the oil industry employs big part of western Norway. In the North of Norway fishing and reindeer are big business. Southeast (Oslo, the capital) most of the government offices are housed.
A typical home in Norway is just as diverse as home, for example, USA.
Kumase national park Wli falls
Answer 4,737,171 whas the latest update I could get (from January first 2008) Update: 4 920 300 as of January first 2011.How many people there are in Norway? About 4.94 million (last update March 1, 2011).
Tearl had told me this : The same as most of the western countries, USA and Canada. They like to wear sweaters though.
Immediately after the outbreak of war in September 1939, Norway,
jointly with Sweden, Denmark, and Finland, announced its
neutrality. In that action the Scandinavian states were following a
policy they had adhered to consistently, if not always with
complete success, since the middle of the nineteen…
What norwegians wearWhat people in Norway wear? Well, we wear the same clothes as you would put on in other western countries. (Germany, USA, England, etc.) People often seem to think that Norway is permafrozt - while it's not. Yes parts of Norway lies north of the nordic polar circle, but we still …
Some of the most common food in Norway are:
Fårikål - Lamb cooked together with cabbage.
Pinnekjøtt - Salted and dried ribs of sheep.
Lutefisk - Cooked dried fish
Norwegian cuisine is mainly built on seafood, specifically varieties of fish. However, modern Norwegian cuisine has been influenced by other cultures and pasta, pizza, Americanized fish, etc. are all popular today.
That will depend. Are you painting the interior, exterior, or both? Are you doing it yourself or hiring a professional? Where in the country are you? How big is your house?
Where are you located? If you're in or around Chicago, and you're looking to hire a painter...look into DreamWorks Painting …
Norway wasn't...we were taken by the germans, but we fought against them...Sweden was neutral
yes the vikings came from Norwaybazio says yes it but they lived in Finland Norway and Denmark and all of them put to -gether is Scandinavia
Yes. Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
The capital city of Svalbard (archipelago in Norway) is the town of Longyearbyen. (pop. 2000)
Cold In the winter and in the summer it is realy hot i live in Norway and last year several people pased out on 17.mai (oure nationale day). All In all a good place to be born and raised.
Wikipedia says it's 4,901,000. You should try wikipedia next time ;D
It depends on what school it is, but at least for me it's 3:00 PM.
Norway is long and thin, widening at the southern end. It has a great deal of coastline because of the numerous fjords that were carved out by glaciers. Inland is mainly mountainous, and though it does get cold in the northern regions, southern Norway has cool summers and wet winters, and is general…
Svalbard is located far north of the ARCTIC circle about 600 miles from the north pole. it is in Norway territory and u can fly from oslo or tromso. it is at the north east of Greenland and almost due north of Norway longyearbyen is the capital of spitsbergen which is 1 of 3 islands to make up the …
it's less than 500 miles, coast to coast, so it would take about
40 minutes maximum.
I did spend some time looking up flight times, and though I
can't remember the figures properly it was more like an hour
because the routes serve Oslo. More importantly though, there are
few direct UK - Norway f…
Europe, Asia, North America.
The vikings came from three countries in Scandinavia. Those three countries were Denmark, Sweden, and Norway. For more information, go to "http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/vikings/who_were_the_vikings/".
Call 112 * If you call 112 you get to the emergency line. You can call 02800 wherever in the country and you will get to the nearest open police station. They can also put you in contact with any police station in Norway. Update: And if you should be in Norway, in an emergency, struggling to remem…
Norway is a far north country, in the non-winter months will receive over 20+ hours of sunlight a day. So at midnight the sun could still be seen on the horizon.
http://www.byarkivet.oslo.kommune.no/OBA/statistikk/PDF-filer/befolkning.pdf1940: 271608The above number, given in a previous answer, is the population of Oslo, from a document on the population of Oslo.The approximate population of Norway in 1940 is 3,000,000 according tohttp://www.ssb.no/fob2001/n…
Norwegian, but we have a wide variety of dialects. I live in the south and can't undertand many of the dialects only a few miles from my town.
The sami language has also been granted the status of being an official norwegian language, as there are a small population of Samis living in the far nort…
It varies, but it could be something like this:
7-8 breakfast (although quite a few people tend to skip breakfast)
18-20 dinner (the main meal of the day)
Oslo is the largest city in Norway.
Hitler invaded Norway on April 9th 1940.
Johan Henrik Andresen
only a little bit but there is taxes
By adapting to the cold winters by making thick clothes out of warm materials like fur and/or wool. Also spending the summers making solid, well isolated homes and collecting lots of firewood to sustain the winter. Materials/food they didn't have enough of, they obtained from other places and people…
all these four r European countries wat else there are FIVE countries (and they all have an A in them)
The flag of Norway has a red background with a blue 'Scandinavian cross' on it. The Scandinavian cross is outlined by white stripes. The vertical stripe of the cross isn't centered; instead it's based on the left side of the flag. Norwegian Flag Meaning: The colors of the Norwegian flag ar…
They believe people have been there since the latest ice age about 25-35000 years ago. From 1660-1814 Norway was in an union with Denmark. On the 17. May 1814 the Norwegian Grunnlov (constitution) made. From the 1814-1905 Norway was in an union with Sweden and since Norway have been an autonomous co…
The Norwegian flag was officially adopted on July 17, 1821. The red, white and blue colors came from the flags of the United Kingdom and the United States. The white or Scandinavian Cross is taken from the Danish flag, and the blue cross is from the Cross of Sweden.
it was skateboarding.
norway banned skateboarding at this time
I'm sorry but that sounds like a pun. (nor-way(which means "the way north")) Norse mythology isn't about Norway in particular, it's the Norse view of the entire known world. The first supreme king of Norway was Harald Haarfagre, however.
December 26th became known as boxing day because, traditionally,
people would give a Christmas box of gifts to their servants and
employees. Today, Boxing Day is recognised as a bank holiday.
Oppressed by German forces.
Norway is in northern Europe, in the Scandinavian Penisula. It has borders with Sweden, Finland and Russia. It is the western and northern part of the Scandinavian Penisula. The Norwegian Sea, The Barents Sea, and The North sea all make up its borders.
To see if Tokio Hotel is coming to your city or a town near you, you can go to www.tokiohotel.com and look for tour information and news, or go to www.ticketmaster.com and see if they are on tour right now. To make a reguest, you can email them at their fanmail address, which is email@example.com
Norway was strategically important for two reasons. The first was iron ore. The Germans had to have iron ore to make steel, for the many uses a modern military requires steel, such as tanks and ships and u-boats and artillery shells, and so on. The main German source of iron ore was Sweden, from min…
they are nice and sociablethey like to have fun and are open minded
There is no upper limit. Doctors get the burden of deciding who is fit to drive and who isn't. This policy doesn't work very well, as we have a good share of accidents among our senior drivers.
Citizens over the age of 70 have to get they're license renewed every second year. A doctor needs to …
Norwegian are mixed with Sami people and Dutch are not. Norwegian tend to look more Mongolian than the Dutch, especially in northern Norway. A well known Norwegian-America actress is Renee Zellweger. She can be compared to the German actress Marlene Dietrich for an idea of differences. Though bot…
there are so many religion in India they have their there own language so it is difficult to understand In foreign there are only two religion christain and Muslim and languages also either English or urdu
They eat much the same as any Western nation, but they do eat more seafood.
There is a very tasty Norwegian goat's cheese called geitost (pron. yay-terst) which looks and tastes a bit like caramel.
Another tasty Norwegian treat is called Lefse. It is like a patato pancake. They are qood …
Norway is a long country with beautiful scenery, green fields,forests, mountains,and very cold weather.Also the music scene in Norway is massive black metal is most popular.Another thing Norway is known for are the famous fjords (Fey-Ords). The are very beautiful narrow inlets of the sea, a…
Oil- and fishing industry. Also, UN has several times pronounced Norway as the country with the highest standard of living. Norway also has the highest prices in the world.
I believe he lived in Sarpsborg, where his his father previously lived.
yes they are because there glacires border Norway so that's why they are.
Yes there are and they are the arch-typical fjords. Fjords are actually a rare geological phenomena, they are found only in Norway, British Columbia Canada, Alaska USA, Chile, New Zea land.
The capital of Norway is Oslo.
I think its about 7-9hrs. dependent on the aircraft.
Oslo is the capital of Norway, located on the southeastern side of Norway close to the border with Sweden. Oslo is both a capital and county.
Wow. Big question. The same as in most western countries in many ways, can you narrow down the question a bit, maybe?
Norway was invaded by Germans during WW2 in April of 1940.
April 9th. 1940: Attacked from sea, land and air - first time in history that a country has been attacked from all sides at same time.
Most Norwegian people are Jewish, so probably Hanukkah, Passover, etc.
The most appropriate translation would be; "Hvordan har du det?". But the most common way to ask someone how they are is saying "hvordan går det?". This is the more laid-back way.
Norway lies between latitudes 57° and 81° N, and longitudes 4° and 32° E.
Bill Clinton of the United States, Yitzhak Rabin of Israel, and
Yasser Arafat of the Palestinian Authority.
Henry VIII, King of England, was born on July 28th 1491 in Greenwich, near London. He had no connection with Norway.
He was half Welsh and half English. His father Henry Tudor (Harri ap Tudur), who became Henry VII, led his troops during the wars of the Roses under the banner of the Welsh Dragon as…
It varies, but common choices areBread (of various kinds) with one or more of :-Sild (pickled raw herring of various flavours)Cheese, most often Jarlsberg, Gjetost or Kavli-ostHam or other deli. meat.
Normal...Mother, Father and two children... :Por, normally 1,6 children pr. family if this is easyer to understand :P
The word is Korean meaning grace and would be given to a girl.
Each Australian state operates a correspondence school for families living in remote areas. They do the work at home and send it in to the school. Similar to being home-schooled, but not quite. They also operate "schools of the air". These schools allow the students to communicate with the teachers …
Norway has lots of snow in the winter, so skiing is a popular sport there. Handball, football, and basketball are also very popular. The girls mostly play handball, while the boys mostly stick to football and basketball.
Norway is located on the continent of Europe. See related link.
Her Majesty's name is Sonja. For a picture and more information, see the Norway official web site
People who live in Norway are treated just like people who live in the USA.This information was given to you by a 7th grader. (Sevie)
The temperature in Norway varies from 30 to -13 degrees Celsius.It getsa lot colder than that. I have personal experience of -30 0C. Unpleasant when you are out on a snow-scooter.
About 8 hours.
Olaf the Saint and Sigurd the Crusader, but there were others that have names that are more fun to remember like: Sweyn Forkbeard, Harald Hard-rule, Magnus the Blind and Magus the Law-mender and not to forget Harald Finehair/Fairhair who made Norway one country
bergen, Is surrounded by the mountain range named as de syv fjell. fredrikstad, The city is built alongside the river gloma. arendal, It's nice coast line with many small island makes a nice place for tourists.
and Oslo- the capital
Christmas in Norway is called "Jul".
Norway's border with Sweden is the longest, further north and east (along the Scandinavian peninsula) is it's Finnish border and a little more east and north is it's Russian border.Norway borders Sweden to the east, and the Norwegian sea to the west of it. Even farther west is Iceland. North of Norw…
Finland is east of Sweden.
But note that their land border lies up in the arctic (perfectly normal road crossing) as for the most part they are separated by the Gulf of Bothnia. Unless you fly, the boat from say Stockholm (Sweden) to Turku (Finland) is an overnight journey.
The food is also similar, and both countries eat alot of fish. Their languages, Swedish and Norwegian are so alike that they can usually understand each other. Sweden has a currency called "Swedish krona" (SEK) but is sometimes informally referred to as the "Swedish crown" in English. Norway has "N…
It looks alot like the American lobster it is called "Hummer". Its black varies alot in size but can get as big as 50 cm and 5 kg - normal size however is alot less... It has got 5pair leggs and tastes great!
Norge is the Norwegian name for Norway, which is the northernmost country in Europe.
It is also an unincorporated community in James City County in the state of Virginia, that was settled by Norwegian-Americans in 1904 north of Williamsburg.