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Norway is privy to an abundance of beautiful countryside, scenic charm and an outstanding reputation for the friendliness of its people. There is a deep love of nature instilled in everything in Norway. The cities are also gorgeous and unusual. From Bergen, to Trondheim and Stavanger – there is so much to see and do in this wonderful country that it is often hard to know where to start. Hiring a car is recommended here, partly because of the temperature but also because of the ease with which it will enable you to travel within the country. Norway has been reasonably isolated from major European cultural trends and developments. However, a strong culture has been flourishing here from at least the ninth century. The small scale of Norwegian society, with a population of little more than four million, also facilitates cultural sharing. The capital, Oslo, lies between the Oslo fjord and Marka lies the Norwegian capital. A buzzing capital, it has a host of exciting nightlife, restaurants, bars and clubs of which Cafe Mono is particularly recommended.
The northern sections of the country are divided into two parts, and are populated by the indigenous population, Sami, which has a clear separate language and some cultural differences, including some reindeer nomadic lifestyles. With the abundance of national parks, you will find that Norway exudes a gorgeous scenic landscape that is both calming and invigorating at the same time.
Some highlights of a trip to Norway will include visiting the world’s largest and oldest folk museum with some great examples of houses from various regions of the country. The Norwegian cultural sector has seen some exciting developments in terms of literary and performing arts, as well as science, and there are also many exhibits devoted to this aspect of their culture. .
And if you have enough time you can always drive to Sweden or Finland.
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Cities in Norway
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