The Kingdom of Norway is a country to the west of the Scandinavian Peninsula in Northern Europe. The neighboring country of Finland, Sweden and Russia has the coast of the Norwegian Sea, a branch of the Atlantic Ocean in the west. The coasts are drawn with thousands of fjords. Area; 385.203 km². The Capital is Oslo.
Cities of Norway
Norway's Telephone Code: +47
Norwegian Currency: Norwegian Kroner
Arendal, Bergen, Drammen, Farsund, Kristiansand, Larvik, Notodden, Porsgrunn, Sandefjord, Tønsberg
The main export branches of the Norwegian industry, known for the richness and fishery of oil reserves; Oil, gas, ship industry, fisheries and energy sector. Only 3% of the Norwegian territory is available for agriculture. Forest areas constitute approximately 21% of the area and are very efficient. Nearly three-quarters of the country has formed rocky terrain, water, swamps and ice. While Norway was once one of the poorest countries in Europe, it became one of the richest countries in the world thanks to its oil and natural gas from the surrounding waters.
According to Norway, Scandinavian countries are in terms of agriculture and farming. Since the cold and frost climate limits the cultivation of cereals, they have generally turned to animal husbandry. More dairy cows, sheep and goats are grown. In the field of agriculture, barley, oats, potatoes, feed for animals, apple, strawberry and plums are grown in coastal areas. The Jaren region, located south of the city of Stavanger, is highly developed in the field of agriculture and animal husbandry under the influence of moderate climate. It is especially rich in vegetables, poultry production and meat production.
Norway is highly developed in seafood, fishing and whaling. 2% of the people engaged in whaling. One third of the population works in the manufacturing industry and one-sixth of the national income is derived from this sector.
Norway's Export Products
Crude Oil, Petroleum Gas, Non-fillet Fresh Fish, Refined Oil and Raw Aluminum.
Norway's Import Products
Cars, Special Purpose Ships, Passenger and Cargo Ships, Refined Oil and Computers.
Countries Exported by Norway
Great Britain, Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands and France.
Countries Imported by Norway
Sweden, Germany, China, the United States and Great Britain
Nations Living in Norway
The Norwegians, the Sâmens, the foreign hybrid population of one or both of the Ebeyevs.
Languages Spoken in Norway
Official languages are Norwegian, Bokmål, Nynorsk, Northern Lap.