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A tree has been given every year to Britain since 1947 by Norway in gratitude for Britain's support for the country during the Second World War. Norway's Government-in-Exile was based in Kensington while the country was under German occupation.    You can find out more about the trees on the GLA website.    Date: December 1947

The first Norweigen Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square, London, Every year since Norway has sent a tree in thanks for the UK's support for the country during

Pakking av sjokoladeplater for hånd. Ukjent fotograf. Fra arkivet etter Freia (Arkivref.: PA1699Ub3_023).

Pakking av sjokoladeplater for hånd. Ukjent fotograf. Fra arkivet etter Freia (Arkivref.: PA1699Ub3_023).

i never thought norway would be an interesting place to visit, but then i saw how beautiful it is. the scenery is reason enough.

Norway: the world in words

i never thought norway would be an interesting place to visit, but then i saw how beautiful it is.

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Hvilken bunad velger Mette-Marit i år?

Things I love to make: To make a Bunad

The Norwegian national holiday is on the 17 th May. On that day, many (in particular) females wear a national costume called a bunad.

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