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Norway is the westernmost, northernmost — and surprisingly also the easternmost — of the three countries. Norway is known for the complex and deep fjords along its west coast, as well as the midnight sun and Northern Lights.
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is 's capital and largest city, with 670,000 citizens in the city proper and about 1.5 million inhabitants in greater .

is the second largest city in and the most popular gateway to the fjords of .

is a city in the very northernmost part of .

, formerly Trondhjem or Nidaros, is an old city in central .

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, Vestlandet, is a region of with 1.3 million citizens, famous for its fjords and mountainous sceneries. and are dominant cities.

is a region in south-eastern , which contains the capital , as well as half of the country's 5 million inhabitants.

is Europe's northernmost region mostly north of the Arctic Circle.

South Norway, in Norway called or Sørlandet, is the southernmost region of .

, alternative spelling Tröndelag, is a region and county of , sometimes referred to as Middle Norway. has been a centre of commerce since the Viking Age.

is a group of islands located between the Arctic Ocean, Barents Sea, Greenland Sea, and the Norwegian Sea.

Norway

  • Location: ,
  • Population: 5,010,000
  • Latitude of center: 62° or 62° north
  • Longitude of center: 10° or 10° east
  • Elevation: 740 meters (2428 feet)
  • Capital:
  • Area: 324,220 km² (125,182 miles²)
  • Languages: Norwegian, Norwegian Bokmål, Norwegian Nynorsk, Northern Sami and Finnish
  • Currency: Krone (NOK)
  • Phone code: 47
  • Internet domain: .no
  • Neighbors: , and
  • GeoNames ID: 3144096

Other Names for Norway

  • Afrikaans: Noorweë
  • Akan: Nɔɔwe
  • Albanian: Norvegji
  • Albanian: Norvegjia
  • Amharic: ኖርዌ
  • Amharic: ኖርዌይ
  • Arabic: النرويج
  • Arabic: نرويج
  • Aragonese: Noruega
  • Armenian: Նորվեգիա
  • Arpitan: Norvèg·e
  • Asturian: Noruega
  • Azerbaijani: Norvec
  • Azerbaijani: Norveç
  • Bambara: Nɔriwɛzi
  • Basque: Norvegia
  • Belarusian: Нарвегія
  • Bengali: নরওয়ে
  • Bengali: নরওয়ে
  • Bosnian: Norveška
  • Breton: Norvegia
  • Bulgarian: Норвегия
  • Burmese: နော်ဝေ
  • Catalan: Noruega
  • Central Khmer: ន័រវែស
  • Chinese: 挪威
  • Chuvash: Норвеги
  • Cornish: Norgagh
  • Corsican: Nurvegia
  • Croatian: Norveška
  • Czech: Norsko
  • Danish: Norge
  • Dhivehi: ނޯވޭ
  • Dutch: Noorwegen
  • Dzongkha: ནོ་ཝེ
  • English: Kingdom of Norway
  • Esperanto: Norvegio
  • Esperanto: Norvegujo
  • Estonian: Norra
  • Ewe: Norway nutome
  • Faroese: Noreg
  • Finnish: Norja
  • French: Norvège
  • Fulah: Norwees
  • Galician: Noruega - Noreg
  • Galician: Noruega
  • Ganda: Nowe
  • Georgian: ნორვეგია
  • German: Norwegen
  • Greek: Νορβηγία
  • Gujarati: નૉર્વે
  • Haitian: Nòvèj
  • Hausa: Norwe
  • Hawaiian: Nolewai
  • Hebrew: נורבגיה
  • Hebrew: נורווגיה
  • Hindi: नॉर्वे
  • Hungarian: Norvégia
  • Icelandic: Noregur
  • Ido: Norvegia
  • Iloko: Norwega
  • Indonesian: Norwegia
  • Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association): Norvegia
  • Irish: An Iorua
  • Italian: Norvegia
  • Japanese: ノルウェー
  • Japanese: ノルウェー王国
  • Kalaallisut: Norge
  • Kannada: ನಾರ್ವೇ
  • Kashmiri: नार्वे
  • Kashubian: Norweskô
  • Kazakh: Норвегия
  • Kikuyu: Norwe
  • Korean: 노르웨이
  • Kurdish: Norwêc
  • Kurdish: نۆرویژ
  • Ladino: Norvejia
  • Lao: ນໍເວ
  • Latin: Norvegia
  • Latvian: Norvēģija
  • Limburgan: Noorwege
  • Lingala: Norivezɛ
  • Lithuanian: Norvegija
  • Livvi: Norviegii
  • Lojban: noreg
  • Low German: Norwegen
  • Luba-Katanga: Noriveje
  • Luxembourgish: Norwegen
  • Macedonian: Норвешка
  • Malagasy: Norvezy
  • Malagasy: Nôrvezy
  • Malayalam: നോര്‍വെ
  • Maltese: Norveġja
  • Marathi: नॉर्वे
  • Nahuatl languages: Noruega
  • Narom: Norouague
  • Nauru: Norwei
  • Nepali (macrolanguage): नर्वे
  • North Ndebele: Noweyi
  • Northern Sami: Norga
  • Northern Sami: Norgga
  • Norwegian: Kongeriket Noreg
  • Norwegian: Kongeriket Norge
  • Norwegian: Norge
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Norge
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Noreg
  • Occitan (post 1500): Norvègia
  • Official Aramaic (700-300 BCE): ܢܘܪܒܝܓ
  • Old English (ca. 450-1100): Norþweg
  • Oriya (macrolanguage): ନରୱେ
  • Pampanga: Norwega
  • Persian: نروژ
  • Piemontese: Norvegia
  • Polish: Norwegia
  • Portuguese: Noruega
  • Pushto: ناروې
  • Quechua: Nurwiga
  • Romanian: Norvegia
  • Romansh: Norvegia
  • Rundi: Noruveji
  • Russian: Норвегия
  • Sango: Nörvêzi
  • Sanskrit: नार्वे
  • Scots: Norawa
  • Scottish Gaelic: Nirribhidh
  • Serbian: Норвешка
  • Serbo-Croatian: Norveška
  • Sicilian: Norveggia
  • Sinhala: නෝර්වේ
  • Slovak: Nórsko
  • Slovenian: Norveška
  • Somali: Noorweey
  • Spanish: Noruega
  • Swahili (macrolanguage): Norwe
  • Swahili (macrolanguage): Norwei
  • Swedish: Norge
  • Tagalog: Noruwega
  • Tajik: Норвеж
  • Tamil: நார்வே
  • Tamil: நோர்வே
  • Telugu: నారవే
  • Thai: นอร์เวย์
  • Thai: ประเทศนอร์เวย์
  • Tibetan: ནོར་ཝེ
  • Tibetan: ནོར་ཝེ།
  • Tigrinya: ኖርዌ
  • Tonga (Tonga Islands): Noauē
  • Turkish: Norveç
  • Uighur: نورۋېگىيە
  • Ukrainian: Норвегія
  • Ukrainian: Норвеґія
  • Upper Sorbian: Norwegska
  • Urdu: ناروے
  • Vietnamese: Na Uy
  • Volapük: Norgän
  • Walloon: Norvedje
  • Waray (Philippines): Noruega
  • Welsh: Norwy
  • Western Frisian: Noarwegen
  • Wolof: Noorwees
  • Yiddish: נארוועגיע
  • Yoruba: Orílẹ́ède Nọọwii
  • Zulu: i-Norway
  • Kongeriget Norge
  • Norreweg
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