I love that country so much!
In Norway, it is not customary to smile and talk to strangers on public transport. If you do so, others will take it for rude and uncultured behavior – an interesting fact. Norway is a unitary state with a form of government and a constitutional monarchy. Interesting fact: the country’s population is more than 5 million people, which makes it one of the least populous countries in Europe.
The average population density of Norway is 16 people / km2. It is interesting to know that 85% of the country’s population is concentrated in the Southern and Eastern regions. At the same time, 80% is the urban population – an interesting fact. If you are stopped for drunk driving, you will be imprisoned for up to 30 days and deprived of your driver’s license for 1 year.
The favorite food of Norwegians is brown cheese “brunost”. Interesting fact: before the advent of Christianity (995) in Norway worshiped the pagan gods Odin and Torah. In the middle of the 14th century, the Plague (Black Death) killed more than a third of Norway’s population!
Interesting fact: fines and penalties for drug possession are an order of magnitude lower than speeding or drunk driving. Most Norwegians take a 4-week vacation in the summer and go to warmer countries. During this period, many shops, cafes, theaters and museums are closed, and life in most major cities is slowing down.
If you are a tourist and came to Oslo or other cities in Norway during this period, then you just have nowhere to go – an interesting fact. Norway is one of the few countries in the world where whaling is officially allowed. According to the British Encyclopedia, Norwegians read more than any other nation.
Norway is one of the largest oil producers in the world. However, gas prices for the local population are among the highest in the world! Norway is considered the most peaceful and safe country in the world – an interesting fact.
In the video below you’re going to see the Norway ministers that are very cute, how do you think?