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Norway rental properties are primarily found in the major metropolitan areas of Norway. Common rental types found in Norway are apartments, studios, lofts, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, condos, houses for rent, mobile homes, hotel rooms, vacation rental, furnished rentals short term rentals. Regions and cities if Norway where housing rentals are found are EasternNorway, NorthernNorway, Oslo, SouthernNorway, Trondelag, WesternNorway. Vacation rentals, short term rentals and furnished housing are more common in the metropolitan areas of Norway.

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      Norway Country Information
Norway, officially known as the Kingdom of Norway, is a Nordic country in Northern Europe occupying the western portion of the Scandinavian Peninsula, as well as Jan Mayen and the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard. It is one of the most sporadic populated countries in Europe. The country shares the border to the east with Sweden; its northernmost region is bordered by Finland to the south and Russia to the east; and Denmark lies south of its southern tip across the Skagerrak Strait. The capital city of Norway is Oslo. It is the second largest country in export business of seafood in 2006. It has rich resources of oil, natural gas, hydroelectric power, forests, and minerals. Other major industries include shipping, food processing, shipbuilding, the metal industry, chemicals, mining, fishing, and the pulp and paper products from forests. Norway maintains its inhabitant's welfare model with universal health-care, subsidized higher education, and a comprehensive social security system. Norway is a constitutional kingdom and parliamentary freedom, with King Harald V as its head of state and Jens Stoltenberg as its prime minister. It is a unitary state with executive subdivisions on two levels known as counties and municipalities. The Sami people have a certain amount of ability and influence over traditional country through the Sami Parliament and the Finnmark Act. It is one of the biggest financial patrons to the United Nations, and participates with UN forces in international missions, notably in Afghanistan, Kosovo, and Sudan. Norway is an originated member of the United Nations, NATO, the Council of Europe, and the Nordic Council.

      Norway Recreation, Culture and Attractions
Hallingskarvet National Park is a national park in the municipalities Hol, Ulvik and Aurland, determined by the government on 22 December 2006. Hardangervidda National Park is the largest park in Norway. It serves as a popular tourist destination in 1981 and characterized as a national park such as hiking, climbing, fishing, and cross-country skiing. It has a stock of several arctic animals and plants. Several hundred nomadic Stone Age settlements have been found in the area, most likely related to the movement of the reindeer. The name Hardangervidda is put together by the name of the district hard anger and the finite form of vided, 'wide plain, large mountain plateau'. The silver mines of Kongsberg, in Bunkered County in Norway, established the largest mining field in Norway. The unique Norwegian farm culture has resulted not only from scarce resources but also from ancient property. In the 18th century, it convince about a strong romantic nationalistic movement, which is still visible in the Norwegian language and media. Norwegian culture developed as efforts to achieve an independent identity in the areas of literature, art and music in the 19th century.

      Norway Country Demographics
Norway Total Population - 4,681,100
Norway Norwegians Populations - 4,031,805
Norway Swedes Populations - 74,974
Norway Arabs Populations - 74,507
Norway Poles Populations - 56,636
Norway Danes Populations - 53,009
Norway Germans Populations - 39,004
Norway Britons Populations- 35,318
Norway Pakistanis Populations - 34,565

      Norway School Information
Education in Norway is essential for all children at the age 6?16. The school runs in Norway is from August to mid June the following year. The Norwegian school system can be divided into three parts: Elementary school, lower secondary school, and upper secondary school. Elementary and lower secondary schools are compulsory for all children. Education in Norway started at the age of 6 formerly 1997. The students playing educational games, learning social structures, learning the alphabet, basic addition and subtraction, and Basic English skills of the primary education. From grades 2 through 7, they are introduced maths, English, Norwegian, science, religion, esthetics and gymnastics, complimented by geography, history, and social studies in the fifth grade. When the students enter into lower secondary education at the age of 12 or 13. They will determine whether they get accepted at their high school of choice or not. Upper secondary school is 3 years of extra schooling, although a recent change to society has made it largely necessary in practice. There were three branches of upper secondary schooling: "General", "mercantile" and "vocational" studies. Students graduating general studies are called Russ in Norwegian. Most of them celebrated with lots of parties and festivities, which take place a few weeks before the final examinations of the final year. Higher education is anything beyond upper secondary school, and lasts 3 years or more. Universities, which concentrate on theoretical subjects such as Supplies bachelor, master and PhD titles. It is a wide range of educational choices, including university bachelor degrees, engineering degrees and professional vocations like teacher and nurse. Private schools, to specialize in popular subjects with limited capacity in public schools, such as business management, marketing or fine arts.

Norway Country Symbols

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Norway Country Animal
Norwegian Elkhound
Norway Country Bird
White-throated Dipper

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Norway Country Motto
Alt for Norge
Norway Country Anthem
"Ja, vi elsker dette landet"

      Norway Country History
Archaeological findings indicate the area currently established. Norway has been developed at the 10th millennium BC. The congenital people of Northern Norway and Central Norway are the Sami people, though Norse culture arrived early. The current king of Norway has stated that the kingdom was founded upon the country of two peoples the Norwegians and the Sami. The Viking Age was characterized by the extension and movement of Viking seafarers. According to tradition, Herald Fairway cooperated them into one in 872 AD after the Battle of Hafrsfjord in Stavanger, thus becoming the first king of a united Norway. The modern-day Irish cities of Limerick, Dublin, and Waterford were founded by Norwegian settlers. Norse traditions were slowly replaced by Christianity in the 10th and 11th centuries. Haakon, first Christian king, in the mid tenth century, though his attempt to introduce the religion was rejected. He built a church which became the first Christian church ever built in Norway. At the same time a movement, Magnus King of Sweden proved successful. In 1349, the Black Death entirely adapted Norway, killing between 50% and 60% of its population and leaving it in a period of social and economic decline. The invasion left Norway very poor. Although the death rate was comparable with the rest of Europe, economic recovery took much longer because of the small thinly separated population. Norway continues with Denmark until 1814, a total of 436 years. At least nine severe yielding failures were recorded in the native countries between 1740 and 1800, each resulting in a substantial rise of the death rate. After Denmark Norway was attacked by the United Kingdom, at the Battle of Copenhagen it entered into combination with Napoleon, with the war leading to dire conditions and mass needed in 1812. Norway took this opportunity to declare independence, adopted a constitution based on American and French models, and elected the crown prince of Denmark-Norway Christian Frederick as king on 17 May 1814. This is the famous Syttende Mai holiday celebrated by Norwegians and Norwegian-Americans alike. Styrene Mai is also called Norwegian Constitution Day. Prime Minister of Norway played a central role in the peaceful separation of Norway from Sweden on 7 June 1905 from 1905 to 1907. It was a founding member of the European Free Trade Area (EFTA).

      Norway Country Tourist Information
The main tourist attractions of Norway are the fjord-indented coastline and its mountains, the nature of the inner parts of the country, and the cities and smaller towns. The main attractions of Norway are the varied prospects that extend across the Arctic Circle. It is famous for its fjord-indented coastline and its mountains, ski resorts, lakes and woods. The main tourist cities in Norway are Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger, Trondheim and Troms. The nature of Norway remains unspoiled, and attracts numerous hikers and skiers. The fjords, mountains and waterfalls in Western and North Norway attract several hundred thousand foreign tourists each year. In the cities, cultural idiosyncrasies such as the Holmenkollen ski jump attract many visitors in the cities, as well as historic and cultural buildings and areas such as Bryggen in Bergen and the Vineland Sculpture Park in Oslo. The culture of Norway is derived as a result of its sparse population, harsh climate, and relative isolation from the rest of Europe. The various folk museums are distinctive architecture, crafts and art are based on an ethnological landscape. Norse Folk museum is the largest museum at Bygdoy, Oslo.

      Norway Country Transportation
Norway is less developed in many European countries, especially outside the cities. The Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications are implemented rail, road and air transport through numerous subsidiaries in order to develop the country's infrastructure in recent years. The main railway network consists of standard guideline, of which 242 kilometers is double track and 64 kilometers high-speed rail while 62% is electrified. The entire network is owned by the Norwegian National Rail Administration, while all domestic passenger trains except the Airport Express Train are operated by Borges Statsbaner. Several companies operate freight trains. NSB operates long-haul trains, including night trains, regional services and four commuter train systems, around Oslo, Trondheim, Bergen and Stavanger. Several companies realized freight trains. NSB operates long-haul trains, including night trains, regional services and four commuter train systems, around Oslo, Trondheim, Bergen and Stavanger. There are four tiers of road routes; national, county, municipal and private, with only the national roads numbered en route. Of the 97 airports in Norway, 52 are public, and 46 are operated by the state-owned Avinor. The two major Norwegian airlines Scandinavian Airlines System and Norwegian Air Shuttle, and for regional aircraft from Western Norway.

      Norway Taxes
Norway Country Corporate tax - 28%
Norway Country Maximum Personal Income tax - 54.3%
Norway Country VAT - 25 %( foodstuffs 13%)
Norway Country tax on Diesel - NOK 11.85/L (1.503/L)

      Norway Universities
Aalesund University College, Alesund, Norway - 2,000 students
Akershus University College, Kjeller, Norway - 3,900 students
Bodo University College, Morkved, Norway - 5,000 students
Buskerud University College, Buskerud, Norway - 2600 students
Finnmark University College, Finnmark, Norway - 2,000 students
Gjovik University College, Gjovik, Norway - 2000 students
Harstad University College, Harstad, Norway - 1100 students
Hedmark University College, Hedmark, Norway - 5250 students
Lillehammer University College, Lillehammer, Norway - 3,000 students
MF Norwegian School of Theology, Oslo, Norway - 950 students
Narvik University College, Narvik, Norway - 1300 students
Nesna University College, Nesna, Norway - 1200 students
Nord-Trondelag University College, Levanger Namsos Steinkjer Stjordal, Norway - 5500 students
Norwegian Police University College, Oslo and Bodo, Norway - 400 students
Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration - 2800 students
Norwegian School of Management - 18,700 students
Norwegian School of Veterinary Science, Oslo, Norway - 500 students
The Norwegian University of Life Sciences, As, Norway - 3000 students
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway - 20,000 students
The Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Oslo, Norway - 500 students
The Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Oslo, Norway - 500 students
Oslo University College, Oslo, Norway - 12,000 students
Sami University College, Kautokeino, Norway - 250 students
Sogn og Fjordane University College, Sogndal, Norway - 2700 students
Stord/Haugesund University College, Haugesund, Stord, Norway - 2700 students
Sor-Trondelag University College, Trondheim, Norway - 6500 students
Telemark University College, Bo, Notodden, Porsgrunn and Rauland, Norway - 5000 students
University of Agder, Arendal, Grimstad and Kristiansand, Norway - 8500 students
The University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway - 14500 students
The University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway - 25,617 students
The University of Stavanger, Stavanger, Norway - 8,500 students
The University of Tromso, Tromso, Norway - 8,000 students
Vestfold University College, Vestfold, Norway- 3000 students
Volda University College, Volda, Norway - 2900 students
Ostfold University College, Halden and Fredrikstad, NO, Norway - 4,000 students

      Norway Religions
Norway Christian Population is 29% - 89.9%
Norway Muslim Population is 1.8%
Norway Buddhist Population is 0.5%
Norway Hindu Population is 0.5%
Norway Others Population is 0.6%*
Norway Non-religious Population is 6.7%

      Norway Provinces
Northern Norway, Norway - Population 462,908
Finnmark, Norway - Population 72,560
Troms, Norway - Population 155,061
Nordland, Norway - Population 235,124
Trondelag, Norway - Population 418,453
Nord- Trondelag, Norway - Population 130,192
Sor- Trondelag, Norway - Population 284,773
Western Norway, Norway - Population 1,278,000
More og Romsdal, Norway - Population 253,500
Sogn og Fjordane, Norway - Population 107,800
Hordaland, Norway - Population 482,500
Rogaland, Norway - Population 434,300
Southern Norway, Norway - Population 277,250
Vest-Agder, Norway - Population 166,976
Aust-Agder, Norway - Population 106,842
Eastern Norway, Norway - Population 2,410,630
Telemark, Norway - Population 167,102
Buskerud, Norway - Population 253,006
Hedmark, Norway - Population 189,586
Oppland, Norway - Population 183,851
Akershus, Norway - Population 523,272
Oslo, Norway - Population 590,041
Vestfold, Norway - Population 227,798
Ostfold, Norway - Population 267,039

      Norway Country Government
Norway is a unitary constitutional kingdom with a parliamentary system of government, the King of Norway is the head of state and the Prime Minister is the head of government. According to the organization of Norway, it was adopted on 17 May 1814 and influenced by the United States Declaration of Independence and French Revolution of 1776 and 1798, respectively. Sovereignty is separated between the legislative, executive and judicial branches of government, is determined by the Constitution. The sovereign is recognized as executive power; and it is the introduction of a parliamentary system of government. The duties of the king have since become strictly evocative and ceremonial, such as the formal appointment and liberation of the Prime Minister and other ministers in the executive government. It is the Prime Minister who is responsible for the exercise of executive powers. A hypothesis can become a law or an act by simple majority amongst the 150 representatives, who are elected on the basis of proportional representation from 19 constituencies for four-year terms. An additional 19 seats are allocated on a nationwide basis to make the impression in parliament correspond better with the popular vote. The position of Prime Minister, Norway's head of government is allocated to the Member of Parliament can obtain the determination of a majority in Parliament. The current leader is the largest political party or more effectively through an integration of parties, as a single party regularly doesn't have the support to form a government on its own. The Prime Minister nominates the Cabinet, the members of the parliament is elected by a popular vote. The result of poor cooperation between the opposition parties, including the Liberal Party and the Christian Democratic Party.

      Norway Country Parks
Anderdalen National Park lies in Thorsten and Tranoy municipalities in Troms County, Norway. It was established on 6 February 1970 by royal decree. The national park conserves Northern Norwegian coastal region in a natural state, including pine and birch forest and alpine plants. Bernheimer National Park was established in 2009 in the Norwegian municipalities Skjak, Lom and dazzle in the counties Oppland and Sogn OG Fjordane. It consists of parts of the mountain range Bernheimer, in total 1,671 kmē. Dovre National Park is a national park in Hedmark and Oppland, Norway, that was established in 2003and it lies between the two larger parks Rondane to the southeast and Dovrefjell-Sunndalsfjella to the north. It is the larger expansion of Rondane Park, the Park was enlarged and smaller areas of nature protection were opened or enlarged. Gutulia National Park is the second smallest national park in Norway. The outlook consists of lakes and virginal forests, dominated by spruce, pine and birch. This park is close to Femundsmarka National Park and it is protected by the Swedish side of the border. Folgefonna is a collective term for three glaciers in the park, of which the southern one is Norway's third largest glacier. Junkerdal National Park lies in Saltdal and Fauske municipalities in Northland County, Norway. Lierne National Park lies in Lierne municipality, Nord-Trondelag County, Norway. It is a large gigantic region in lynx, wolverines, bears, and wildfowl. Moysalen National Park is a national park located on Hanoi in North Norway that conserves undisturbed coastal alpine landscape.

      Norway Country Business and Industry
The Government goal is Norway become one of the world's leading, innovative, dynamic and knowledge-based economies in areas have comparative advantages. It should become a good country to participate in business and industry. The Ministry of Trade and Industry develops and implements policies and framework conditions for business and industry, trade and shipping. It is important to carry out by ministries business and industry.

      Norway Economy
Norway economy rank was 2nd in earth by monetary fund. Norway countries economy is depending on agricultural and industry. Norway rank was 2nd in gas exporter and the main export items are petroleum, machinery tools, metals, chemicals, ships and fish. The Norway economy is ability with natural resources like petroleum, hydropower, forests, and minerals. The agricultural outputs of Norway are barley, wheat, vegetables, pork, beef, milk and fish. The manufacturing outputs of Norway are petroleum, gas, food stuff, paper products, metals, chemicals, timber and textiles. The imported items of Norway are machinery, chemicals, metals and food.

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