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Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, Prince Daniel of Sweden, Princess Estelle of Sweden and Prince Oscar of Sweden is seen meeting the people gathered in front of Solliden Palace to celebrate the

Norwegian Royal Family on the Palace Balcony  (Photo: Stella Pictures)

On the Palace Balcony (Photo: Stella Pictures) Norwegian Royal Family

Norway is celebrating its national holiday! The royal family took part in the festivities by attending the traditional parade from the balcony of the Royal Palace in Oslo. Early this morning, the royal family had welcomed the parade held before Skaugum his residence.

Norway is celebrating its national holiday! The royal family took part in the festivities by attending the traditional parade from the balcony of the Royal Palace in Oslo. Early this morning, the royal family had welcomed the parade held before Skaugum his residence.

When rebels dressed in national costumes | ScienceNordic| "Today is Norwegian Constitution Day. Dressing up in national costumes is a big part of the traditional celebration. But no more than a hundred years ago, people were spat on for dressing this way." (Siw Ellen Jakobsen)

Crown Prince Haakon in Asker costume, Crown Princess Mette Marit, Princess Ingrid Alexandra, Prince Sverre Magnus, Marius Borg Høiby in costumes

Faroese Woman and Girl in Native Dress,  save the planet by signing this petition to free Tibet,

Faroese Woman and Girl in Native Dress, save the planet by signing this petition to free Tibet,

Balestrand - Norvège

Balestrand - Norvège

25th anniversary of the reign of King Harald of Norway 2016.

Official Portraits 2016 King Harald, Crown Prince Haakon and Princess Ingrid Alexandra of Norway

royalwatcher:  Crown Prince Haakon participated in fish processing in Senja, North Norway, January 2015

Crown Prince Haakon is currently in Senja in North Norway. The Crown Prince headed out on the Senjaland to catch some fish. He caught 3 cod and 1 saithe.

The traditional, national costume of Norway is called Bunad, an elaborate costume dating back to the 1800s with lots of embroidery and jewelry, in approximately 200 variations by region.

Learn About the Culture of Norway

-The traditional, national costume of Norway is called Bunad, an elaborate costume dating back to the with lots of embroidery and jewelry, in approximately 200 variations by region.

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