Syttende Mai in Oslo, Norway (I have been to Karl Johan's Gate and the Royal Palace ... but not on May 17th)

Syttende Mai in Oslo, Norway (I have been to Karl Johan's Gate and the Royal Palace on May Norway's National Day.

17. mai. Norges Nasjonaldag. Norges lengste barnetog, bestående av 108 Oslo-skoler, marsjerer opp Karl Johans gate og forbi Slottet der kongefamilien vinker fra slottsbalkongen. 17. mai, The Norwegian National Day. The longest children's parade in Norway, consisting of 108 Oslo schools, march up the main street and past the Royal Palace where the royal family wave from the palace balcony.

mai, The Norwegian National Day. The longest children's parade in Norway, consisting of 108 Oslo schools, march up the main street and past the Royal Palace where the royal family wave from the palace balcony.

Norway is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places on Earth. It's home to more natural wonders than we can count and it has stunning cities, fascinating history and really happy people.

25 Reasons Norway Is The Greatest Place On Earth

Much healthier than some of the desserts

Diabetic Recipes–Red, White, and Blue Parfait

For a sweet of July dessert that isn't packed with calories and fat, try this pretty parfait. Fresh blueberries and strawberries layered between low-fat vanilla yogurt add easy festive flair to this red, white, and blue treat.

Mitt Lille Hjerte: 17. mai bordet..

Mitt Lille Hjerte: 17. mai bordet..

Gratulerer med dagen, Norge! (Happy birthday, Norway!)

17. May, The Norwegian Constitution Day


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