Wow, what a question!
Let's sum up some similarities:
* Location: the most obvious answer. Both countries are located in Northern Europe and (together with Denmark) part of Scandinavia. * Language: although Swedish and Norwegian are different languages, they are closely related, and Swedes and Norwegians often talk to each other with each of them using their own language. * Political system: both countries are democracies with a strong state, which means that things like welfare, health care, child care and education are considered to be state affairs. Swedes and Norwegians pay high taxes to make sure they can all benefit from this system whenever they need to. Notwithstanding this concept of "socialism with a human face" both are also capitalist countries with a well-developed free market economy.
And now for some differences:
* Landscape. Norway has deep fjords, plateaus, high mountains and tundra in the north, Sweden has a more diverse landscape with agricultural plains in the south, and forests, rivers and numerous lakes up north. In the most northern part there are also many high mountains. * Climate. Norway is rainy and cold due to its location at the Atlantic coast and its high mountain. Sweden has a friendlier climate with less rain, more sunshine and higher average temperatures. * Mentality.Norwegians just say what they think and can be rather blunt, while Swedes are generally rather quiet and reserved. * Economy.Norway owes a lot of its prosperity to oil and also relies heavily on fishing. Sweden has a more diverse economy with a strong industry and a strong IT branche.
Hope this helps!
Stockholm Sweden Travel Guide.
To put it simple we can say that Sweden and Norway is generally alike. A list of important differences is: - Norways economy is based on oil and fishing, Sweden on industry - Sweden has about double the population (and more bidder cities) - Swedes are traditionally looking to Europe, Norway to US and England - Sweden is a EU member, Norway is not. - NOrway is better in skiing (but only barely...) :)
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Norway has more Mountains, Sweden is more rivers, lakes and creeks. Finland is very flat with more woods/forests.
Norway is nearer to Greenland than Sweden is.
Sweden lies between Norway and Finland.
Norway is between Sweden and north of Denmark
All the countries in the world, except Sweden. If you meant what country is between Norway and Finland, it's Sweden.
Norway is the country between Sweden and the Norwegian Sea.
between Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.
Sweden.That would be the country of "Sweden".
No. Sweden and Norway are neighboring countries.
Sweden ! _______ There is blondes in Norway too. And brunettes in Sweden, and brunettes in Norway. LOL.
the Scandinavian mountains.