Norway at a Glance
Behind this rough and rocky coast lie great mountain ranges, harsh opulent plateaus, plunging river valleys, ripling glaciers, deep forests and most famously the mighty fjords which gash deep inland.
The fjords are the apple of the Norwegian tourist industry eye, and they are indeed a magnificent, except for the lively and currently trendy capital Oslo and perhaps Tomsø which is the base for the Nrthern lights , the rest of the country might as well be blank and many UK visitors to Norway are unaware of many of the other small towns. Few seem aware of the share variety of the of the landscape or the lovely little towns that are sprinkled over Norway especially in the South of Norway. Norway does not get nearly enough credit for that careful construction of one of the most civilised, educated and tolerant societies is in the world and one who’s evenhanded internationalism has set very high standards. The population have a deep loyalty for and pride in their country party at least because Independence was so long in coming from denmark and Sweden after the heady days of the Vikings .