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According to shoppingpicks, in the month of January, Norway experiences cold and wet weather. The average temperature is around -1°C and there is moderate amount of rainfall throughout the month. February brings a slight increase in temperatures to around 3°C but rainfall continues to be frequent. March sees a further increase in temperatures to around 6°C and rain showers become more common throughout most parts of the country. April brings even milder weather with average temperatures ranging from 8-10°C, although some scattered snow showers may still occur in some areas. May is the warmest month in Norway with average temperatures ranging from 12-14°C and rain showers becoming more frequent throughout much of the country. June brings a slight decrease in temperature with average temperatures ranging from 10-12°C but rain remains possible throughout much of Norway. The sea breeze and warm Gulf Stream have a moderating influence, especially on the southwest of Norway. It rains extremely much here. The driest period on the coast is spring and early summer. Winters are mild. In the far north it is different, there is a tundra climate with winter minima of -40°C. Norway is largely covered with medium-high mountains. On the east side of the mountains it is a lot drier than on the west side. In the interior there is a continental and high mountain climate. In winter this, in combination with the moist air, guarantees snow for many months. Check aristmarketing for Norway in 1997.

Norway Geography and Population

Norway – geology Norway is located along the northeastern edge of the Baltic Shield and is built mainly of Precambrian bedrock and the Scandinavian mountain range, also called the Caledonians. Countryaah: Do you know how many people there are in Norway? Check this site to see population pyramid and resident density about this country. The… Read More »

Sights of Norway

The vast landscape of Norway is overwhelmingly beautiful. Snowy peaks, fjords, waterfalls, large and small lakes, forests, glaciers, islands such as the Lofoten Islands and the thousands of kilometers of coastline provide a lot of variety. In terms of natural landscape and natural phenomena such as the northern lights and the midnight sun, Norway simply… Read More »

Norway Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data According to cheeroutdoor.com, the Norwegian economy returned to a growth trajectory (4.1%) during 2021. The government’s fiscal measures to support economic growth continued during 2021 (their value reached approx. NOK 26 billion), but in a much smaller volume than in… Read More »

Norway Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Norway Norway is a member of the Schengen Agreement. Russians must have a passport and a visa. It takes at least a week to get a visa. The consular department of the embassy must provide: – a passport, which must be valid for another three weeks from the date… Read More »

Norway Resorts and Attractions

Norway is a kingdom in Northern Europe, in the western part of the Scandinavian Peninsula and on the small islands adjacent to the Scandinavian Peninsula. The name of the country comes from the Old Norse word “Nordrvegr” which means “way to the north”. According to smb, the capital is Oslo. Language – Norwegian, English, Swedish,… Read More »

How to Get Around Norway

Transportation Traveling by plane According to top-medical-schools, domestic flights are operated by SAS Norge (BU), SAS (SK), Norwegian (DY) and Widerøe Flyveselskap (WF). There are numerous airports on the coast and inland. Light aircraft and seaplanes can be hired almost anywhere. The airlines mentioned connect all major and many smaller cities in the country. There… Read More »

Norway Society

Norway. The Kingdom of Norway or simply Norway (in Norwegian Kongeriket Norge, in Nynorsk Kongeriket Noreg, in Sami Norga gonagasriika), is a monarchical state of northern Europe. The name seems to come from nor veg, the way to the north. It has been populated for 12,000 years. Oslo is the capital city of Norway according to itypejob.… Read More »

India Election 2014 Part II

5: An overwhelming victory The victory for BJP and Modi was overwhelming. The BJP won more than half of the seats in parliament, and 31 percent of the votes nationwide. Despite the fact that the party in many constituencies did not stand for election due to the alliance with other parties. In many of the… Read More »

China – Growth at Any Cost? Part III

Fortunately, it may seem that something is about to happen. In the Chinese media, there is great openness about environmental problems in general and environmental scandals that, when acute discharges kill large amounts of fish and other life. Information about 459 cancer villages in China with a large frequency of cancer cases is something that… Read More »

The Defense in a Time of Upheaval

Unlike most other European countries, Norway struggles with both “old” and “new” security challenges. The old ones are about uncertainty about the ownership of the sea areas in the north, so they are territorial. The new ones are about Norwegian dependence on a strong and healthy international society that can be threatened by terrorism, state… Read More »

Boundless Battle against the Corona Part I

For many countries, the new coronavirus has triggered the biggest crisis since World War II. Why is this the case and what does international cooperation mean for the way out of the crisis? What is coronavirus, Covid-19 and pandemic? How does the World Health Organization work? What are China and other countries doing to fight… Read More »