Why is Norway called Norway?
Norway means "way to the north." Norway is north, so it makes sense why that is the meaning. i am very glad to help answer your question! True, about a thousand years ago it was called "Norðrvegr" meaning what the above answer says. Over time the name changed to "Norge".
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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. T…he Norwegian Sea, The Barents Sea, and The North sea all make up its borders.
The citizens of Norway are called Norwegians, which means "Nordmenn" in Norwegian.
In Norwegian, Nroway is spelled Norge.
i don't know if I understood your question right but i think it was what the Norwegian name for Norway is? well, it is Norge. BUT IF YOU ARE TRYING TO MAKE A CALL TO NORWAY, …PRESS 0047 (CONTRYCODE) THEN THE TELEPHONE NUMBER (8 NUMBERS IN TELEPHONE AND CELLPHONENUMBERS) ;)
It's a country in Scandinavian (Northern Europe) and people who live there are Norwegians.
Fjords, mountains, (a lot of) trees, farms, long coast-line, fish (salmon), snow, skiing, glaciers, moose (american) = elk (european). Aha, Petter Solberg, Madcon, Marion Rav…n, Dennis Storhoi (+++) are some Norwegian celebrities... Moods of Norway...
Norway is a country in Scandinavia, Northern Europe.
From where? From America you can fly from Newark with Continental or from Philadelphia with US Airways or any other airline with a stop over in a European city. From the… UK you can take a ferry, plane, bus, train or just go by car. Same with mostly other European citys. From other countries; there is always a plane you can take with a stop over in a large European city.
Money Oil Gas Fish Hydro-electric energy Snow in the winter skiing beautiful women :)
Norway is ranked #1 in the world on the Human Development Index. The country is the world's largest producer of oil and natural gas per capita outside of the Middle East. And …they are also one of the founding members of the United Nations and one of it's largest financial contributors.
You can do everything in Norway, You have almost all the opportunities available! Except walking in a dessert or climb a volcano. We do actually have a active volcano in Nor…way.
Because in the summer in the northern Norway the sun shines both day and night -
The Northern part of Norway is called "Nord-norge". That literally means "Northern Norway". Northern Norway (moderator: it's the truth -that's what it's called!)
Norway has had a name since around the 9th century (early vikingperiod) when it was called NorÃ°rvegr.
There are several different newspapers in Norway that deliver Norway news. Some of them include The Norway Post, Aftenposten, Adresseavisen, Verdens Gang and Dagbladet.