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Norway is a nordic country that is located in Northern Europe. The country is composed of the western and northernmost section of the Scandinavian Peninsula, as well as the remote island of Jan Mayen and the archipelago of Svalbard. With a total area of 385,207 square kilometers (or 148,729 square miles), the country holds a population of 5,425,270 inhabitants. The capital city, which is also the largest city in the country, is Oslo. Norway is bordered by both Finland and Russia. Norway is home to one of the most advanced democracies in the world. Herald V currently serves as king, while the current prime minister is Jonas Gahr Støre.

Geographically, a great majority of the country is mountainous. Norway is home to varied topography because of its history with natural glaciers. Norway is home to around 400,000 lakes, and 239,057 registered islands. Some of the natural resources the land contains include hard granite, gneiss rock, slate, sandstone, and limestone. The highest point within Norway is Galdhøpiggen, standing at an altitude of 2,469 meters, or 8,100 feet. Because of its varied landscape, Norway is home to some of the most habitats compared to any other European country.There are over 60,000 species within Norway, with 16,000 of which being insects. Only around 40,000 of Norway’s total species have been described by scientists. Arctic animals, such as reindeer, wolverines, and lemmings are relatively common in Norway however they typically live within mountain ranges. Other common animals include bear, wolf, lynx, foxes, otters, as well as several species of marten and badger. The largest land animal found within Norway is the elk, which is known for its large size and strength, and is often regarded as “skogens konge”, or “king of the forest”.

Norway is home to the second largest GDP in all of Europe, and the sixth largest GDP in the world. The economy is an example of a mixed economy, with the oil industry serving as a main money maker for the country. In fact, half of the country’s exports include crude petroleum, refined petroleum, and petroleum gas. Fish also serves as a large part of the economy. In fact, Norway is the world’s second largest fish exporter, following after China. Stockfish exported from Norway has been a continuing practice for over 1,000 years.

The life expectancy within Norway is one of the highest within Europe, with around 75 years for men and about 81 years for women. During the 2010s, the population of immigrants within Norway boomed, which is likely due to immigrants seeking refuge from violence in Africa and the Middle East. Currently, it is estimated that there are around 980,000 immigrants living within Norway. Oslo, the capital city of Norway, is believed to be the fastest growing city within Europe due to the increasing population of immigrants the city has been experiencing. Since Norway is a developed country, the birth rates are relatively low, meaning that growth rates are also typically low. Because of this, immigration accounts for a great majority, if not all, of Norway’s recent growth.

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Old Maps of Norway
Take a look around our collection of Old Maps of Norway.

Norway is a nordic country that is located in Northern Europe. The country is composed of the western and northernmost section of the Scandinavian Peninsula, as well as the remote island of Jan Mayen and the archipelago of Svalbard. With a total area of 385,207 square kilometers (or 148,729 square miles), the country holds a population of 5,425,270 inhabitants. The capital city, which is also the largest city in the country, is Oslo. Norway is bordered by both Finland and Russia. Norway is home to one of the most advanced democracies in the world. Herald V currently serves as king, while the current prime minister is Jonas Gahr Støre.

Geographically, a great majority of the country is mountainous. Norway is home to varied topography because of its history with natural glaciers. Norway is home to around 400,000 lakes, and 239,057 registered islands. Some of the natural resources the land contains include hard granite, gneiss rock, slate, sandstone, and limestone. The highest point within Norway is Galdhøpiggen, standing at an altitude of 2,469 meters, or 8,100 feet. Because of its varied landscape, Norway is home to some of the most habitats compared to any other European country.There are over 60,000 species within Norway, with 16,000 of which being insects. Only around 40,000 of Norway’s total species have been described by scientists. Arctic animals, such as reindeer, wolverines, and lemmings are relatively common in Norway however they typically live within mountain ranges. Other common animals include bear, wolf, lynx, foxes, otters, as well as several species of marten and badger. The largest land animal found within Norway is the elk, which is known for its large size and strength, and is often regarded as “skogens konge”, or “king of the forest”.

Norway is home to the second largest GDP in all of Europe, and the sixth largest GDP in the world. The economy is an example of a mixed economy, with the oil industry serving as a main money maker for the country. In fact, half of the country’s exports include crude petroleum, refined petroleum, and petroleum gas. Fish also serves as a large part of the economy. In fact, Norway is the world’s second largest fish exporter, following after China. Stockfish exported from Norway has been a continuing practice for over 1,000 years.

The life expectancy within Norway is one of the highest within Europe, with around 75 years for men and about 81 years for women. During the 2010s, the population of immigrants within Norway boomed, which is likely due to immigrants seeking refuge from violence in Africa and the Middle East. Currently, it is estimated that there are around 980,000 immigrants living within Norway. Oslo, the capital city of Norway, is believed to be the fastest growing city within Europe due to the increasing population of immigrants the city has been experiencing. Since Norway is a developed country, the birth rates are relatively low, meaning that growth rates are also typically low. Because of this, immigration accounts for a great majority, if not all, of Norway’s recent growth.

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