Facts about Norway

This is Norway

Here is the presentation from Norway and a few pictures from the participants.  

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Food in Norway

Brunost One of Norway’s most intriguing foods to foreigners, is eaten daily by many Norwegian people for breakfast, lunch or as a snack. You either love it or hate it, there is nothing in between. Brunost translates to brown cheese. The texture is firm but soft. It tastes sweet and kind of like caramel.   Lutefisk Lutefisk is dried whitefish. It is made from aged stockfish, or dried and salted cod, pickled in lye. It is gelatinous in texture, after being rehydrated for days. Lutefisk is prepared as a seafood-dish of several Nordic countries. Lutefisk is often served with potatoes, bacon...

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Sports in Norway

Football Football can be described as the most popular sport in Norway regardless of the season. Countless of Norwegians watches football on the TV. Football falls in taste among Norwegians regards level of education, income, and age. Some of Norway’s most known active football players are Erling Braut Haaland, Martin Ødegaard and Jens Petter Hauge. Skiing Skiing is Norway’s most popular sport during the winter. Some of the most popular skiing activities in Norway are cross-country skiing, alpine skiing and ski jumping. Cross-country skiing is speed races on hilly trails. Alpine skiing is skiing downhill winding and prepared trails. Ski...

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Trollfjell Geopark- Geological heritage

What is the Trollfjell UNESCO Global Geopark? A UNESCO Global Geopark is defined as an area with a geology so distinct and internationally significant that its geoheritage is deemed to be of global importance. Trollfjell Geopark was granted its UNESCO status in 2019. It is now working systematically to safeguard and manage this geological heritage for future generations. This entails carrying out carefully chosen development work, sharing knowledge and facilitating sustainable geotourism. Trollfjell Geopark has its name from the famous myth about the Troll Mountains in the North Norway. Five geological chapters of the Trollfjell Geopark story: Mantle rocks The...

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