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Norway

  1. 1. Jerome BurnsNORWAY
  2. 2. Map of Norway
  3. 3. FLAG OF NORWAY
  4. 4. Cost to travel to Norway It is 3696.39 miles to travel to Norway. It will cost about 877.89 in fuel and it will take 56 hours and 52 minutes to get to Norway.
  5. 5. Norway most spoken language The most widely spoken language in Norway is Norwegian. Norwegian is used by some 95% of the population as a first language. By 1920, Nynorsk was being used widely in western Norway and the mountain valleys, where it still has its stronghold, and Bokmål was used in the more populous areas of the country. Bokmål, the written language of 80- 90% of the Norwegian population is based on Riksmål, although it differs in terms of genders, lexicon, counting system, a tendency to permit concrete noun endings in abstract situations and diphthongs versus single vowels.
  6. 6. Currency $1 in U.S. is $6 in Norwegian
  7. 7. The government of Norway The government in Norway is elected only four-years-terms. There is 19 counties in Norway.
  8. 8. Economy of Norway The economy of Norway is a developed mixed economy with heavy state-ownership in strategic areas of the economy. Shipping has long been a support of Norways export sector, but much of Norways economic growth has been fueled by an abundance of natural resources, including petroleum exploration and production, hydroelectric power, and fisheries. The country has a very high standard of living compared with other European countries, and a strongly integrated welfare system.
  9. 9. Most liked foods The people in Norway like to eatsome of the best food in the world like ribbi, pinnekjott, lutefisk and many other foods.

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