Mostly the oil industry, fishing and shipping, timber and metal industry.
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49 in summer .
111 in winter
In Norway they celebration for Easter is similar to the othercountries around it. They celebrate the colors, eat Easter chickenand Easter eggs, and the celebration last for five days.
The Scandinavian mountains, also known as the Scandes.
i think they might be aiming to hold around 250 billion seeds in the end
0.99 kroner is worth 0.99 kroner. What do you mean?
Skiing, playing Yatzee, solving murder mysteries.
Norwegians that skate fast
They are the Scandinavian Mountains.
Right now, it's a lot about the ashes.
In the old days: Sweden. Then Germany (WWII). Now, we're a multicultural society, and there's not one single answer to that question.
I belive norways tourism is sking,and anything with snow and nothing eles but snow
In the Scandinavian peninsula, Northern Europe
The three largest cities in Norway are Oslo (the capital) , Bergen, and Trondheim. Other notable cities include: Alesund, Bodo, Drammen, Fredrikstad, Gjovik, Hammerfest, Haugesund, Kristiansand, Kristiansund, Lillehammer, Narvik, Skien, Stavanger, Tromso, Vadso, Voss.
Narvesen stores all over town
I believe the Rema 1000 grocery store chain is at least in the top 3.
in average i do not know, the biggest in Norway is deeper than the biggest in NZ, which is obvious since Norway's biggest fjord is Sognefjord which is the 3 longest in the world and the second deepest.
Jens Stoltenberg, the prime minister. Kong Harald, the king of Norway. Petter Northug, famous skier. And many, many more.
Around NOK 2 000 000 and up.
The Germans occupied Norway to secure the flow of iron ore. The Germans were dependent on this iron ore to make steel for their tanks and guns, submarines and artillery shells, all their munitions of war. The iron ore came from mines in the far north of Sweden. From there, it went by train west to...
Norway don't use the EURO. They still use the Norwegian krone. (NOK) Norway is not a part of the European Union.
Haakon VII was the king of Norway from 18 November 1905 till 21 September 1957 . Then his son, Olav V took over from 21 September 1957 till 17 January 1991.
Gravadlax is a traditional Norwegian food. It is thinly sliced salmon which is cured in Aquavit which is a potato liquer.
Native language is Norwegian and supports two official sets ofwritten forms; Nynorsk and BokmÃ¥l. Nynorsk being a collected formof dialect that supports regions that does not speak bokmÃ¥l. Thesami language is also spoken. Answer Our 1st language is Norwegian, our 2nd is English, and the...
The highest is 0 meters above sea level. The longest fjord is the "Sognefjord" which is about 200 km long
The same kind of education as any other country in western europe. 10 years of primary eduction (mandatory), after that most people take 2-3 years of secondary school. normally 3 years of secondary school is required to be allowed to go to college/university.
It can mean several things: Belief, faith, think, belive and have trust.
Nazi Germany controlled Norway in 1944 till early 1945.
There are loads of Norwegian skiers with 12 medals. The most successfull cross-country skier ever is BjÃ¶rn DÃ¤hlie from Norway with in total 63 gold medals including 46 world cup wins, 9 world championships and 8 olympic golds. And that's only the golds.
His name is Kevin Sheehan and you can contact him at NCL's corporate address: 7665 Corporate Center Drive Miami, FL 33126 305-436-4000
The most common natural hair colouring in Norway is blonde.
Food: Sheep's head, sheep's feet, cod head, potato balls Drink: Aqua-vitae(Akevitt)
A UK citizen may stay in Norway if they have an aunt of uncle who is married to or lived with a parrot, hope this helps
My mom's parents are from Norway, and they both came for completely different reasons. On the higher note of the two, my grandmother came to see what America was like, for she had some family in Washington (4th biggest location for Norwegian-Americans). But my father had had a very rough child hood,...
The citizens of Norway are called Norwegians, which means "Nordmenn" in Norwegian.
4,850,440 (as of 21 December 2009)
28,000 Norwegians fought with the Allies even though Germany occupied Norway. They operated an Underground Resistance network to sabotage the Nazis and get Jews to freedom. The helped to win the war and defeat the Nazis.
Vikersund, which has the record for world's longest jump.
It's not. Search for "ishockey genser supporter-utstyr"
A skive (pron. shiva) is a piece of bread (slice).
Adelaide is GMT +9:30, and Oslo is GMT +1, so there are 8 hours and 30 minutes between them.
The Norwegian currency is Kroner. "1 Krone" can be split into "100 Ã¸re". There is both coins and notes. The coins are 50 Ã¸re, 1 krone, 5 kroner, 10 kroner and 20 kroner. The notes are 50 kroner, 100 kroner, 200 kroner, 500 kroner and 1 000 kroner.
Norway won 2 gold medals at the 2006 Winter Olympics.
In the south? All twelve.
The Capital of Norway is Oslo
Non of them were fiercer than the other. They shared a common culture and language and were quite similar in all aspects.
You can use it as long as you live since both (UK and Norway) are part of the EU.
N - never O - order R- rancid W - weenies A - at Y - yakkima
Oslo, Bergen and Stavanger.
\nBlitzkrieg was a war tactic used by Hitler to strike and occupy areas quickly. \n.
\nNorway was occupied by Germany but Finland was not. Thus there was no blitzkrieg with Finland.
No. You can walk, swim, ride a train or go by boat.
hi $20 us to $50 , but $300 unc.
The exchange rate changes every day - check a currency exchange webiste such as XE.com or Yahoo finance. As at 8-Feb-2010, 10 Norwegian Kroner is worth $1.80 Canadian Dollars.
Plains, trains and road vehicles.
I think Montana is a little bit smaller than Norway.
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.
Well, during WWII, the US did nothing for Norway; Norway was being occupied by the Third Reich and therefore didn't get any help. After the war, Norway loaned money to rebuild the country, like the rest of Europe. Norway didn't have any Nazi death camps, but Russian prisoners were sent to build...
Because of oil-fields in the North sea
Yes; Norway has been in the Olympics occasionally starting in 1900. In fact, they hosted them in 1952 and 1994.
The current brings warm air over the land and makes it warmer unlike how it's supposed to be because of the mountains.
Temperature: The temperature at summer in Norway are average 17 C o at the hottest and 0 C o at the coldest. At winter the average temperature are 3 C o at the hottest and -17 C o at the coldest. The coldest measured temperature in Norway are 51,4 C o in Karasjok and the hottest measured...
Kroner means "crowns" -it's a monarchy
They are above the Arctic Circle.
Of course not. He was absent from Norway from 1946 to 1952 because he was Secretary General of the United Nations. After this he promptly returned to Norwegian political life.
This was Sven Forkbeard (died 1014). Sven Forkbeard conquered Norway in 999 and began the conquest of England in 991 which Canute II. the Great of Denmark completed, he was crowned King of England in 1017. Norway could expulse the Danish intruders after the death of Sven. England elected an own king...
Yes, to a degree, with the fjords and cities being polluted to some degree by tourist cruise ships.
Norwegian and Samic, but every Norwegian talks pretty good English as well.
That is the area he is from, so yes.