This cultural guide for the traveler has information about the present day culture of Norway along with the causes of that culture. Do you want to learn how to eat like the Norwegians? Or dress like... More > the locals? Do you want to learn about the local religion? Perhaps you only want to see Norway's tourist highlights. Whatever your goal is, this cultural guide for the traveler will help you learn the local culture, from superstitions to the architecture, while also showing you the country's top tourist sites. This cultural guide helps you know Norway and will help you understand why Norway is that way.
This cultural guide for the traveler is great for travelers who want to learn more about the local culture of Norway, while also gaining insight into the country's top sites & highlights. This guide is for the culturally-curious traveler who wants to better understand the people; it's great for business travelers, those living in Norway, and tourists who want to do more than just see the highlights.< Less
The General Knowledge book series, are designed for specific country, are one of the most admired book for the improvement and learning purpose.This book contains information about... More > Background,Geography,Natural resources,Land use,Environment. Population,Sex ratio,flag of the county,Area,Border countries,Maritime claims,Elevation extremes,Land use,Natural hazards,Volcanism,Age structure,Median age,Net migration rate,Country comparison to the world,Religions,Languages,Literacy,School life expectancy ,Government,Time difference,Administrative divisions,Executive branch,Cabinet and almost everthing related with general knowledge.< Less
Original photography from My Little Norway.
The calendar has marked Norwegian events, holidays and special celebrations (in Norwegian) such as 17 May - National Constitution Day, Mother's Day,... More > Easter, Fårikål Day, etc.< Less
This calendar showcases the beautiful, enchanting landscapes of the Lofoten Islands of Norway. Featured images include Utakleiv, Flakstad, Sund, Reine, Hamnoy, and Vareid.
The photographs were... More > taken with both medium format film and digital media.< Less
The Norway Shockers Story. The real Norway is about to hit you... the road to hell was paved with bad intentions
‘Wow. I mean…WOW! I've just read much of your norwayuncovered.com page... More > and I am absolutely blown away. I'm not yet sure if it is in a good or bad way, but the message that you bear in this site is Very revealing. I'm an "utvandrer" [emigrant] and was born and raised in Norway till I moved overseas at the age of 14. Today I am an American citizen living in the US. I would like to share my experience with you because much of what you write about in this webpage hits so close to home it is damn frightening....’
Message from U.S citizen P*** sent to the author on 13 October 2007
It’s no good you pretending, there’ll be no happy ending…I’m alive and darkness is my tool< Less
Between 1940 and 1945 over forty Norwegians were trained in industrial sabotage at Brickendonbury Manor, near Hertford, U.K. and infiltrated by the 'Shetland Bus', fishing boats, motorboats or... More > submarines or parachuted by planes to attack transport, industrial, military and telecommunication targets across Norway. Whilst most will have heard of the sabotage of the Norsk heavy water plant at Vemork, this book tells the stories of many of the saboteurs other successes and failures.< Less