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Etne, Norway (my birthplace),  helleristninger - carvings in stone. This is ancient and religious design found many places in Scandinavia. Dating from year 0 to 5000 B.C.

Etne, Norway (my birthplace), helleristninger - carvings in stone. This is ancient and religious design found many places in Scandinavia. Dating from year 0 to 5000 B.

My Little Norway - Collection of Norwegian Christmas Traditions: Advent, Christmas Food and Recipes, Traditions, Celebrations, Crafts, Activities, Carols, Trees

My Little Norway - Collection of Norwegian Christmas Traditions: Advent, Christmas Food and Recipes, Traditions,

(for Personal Development, Happiness) by @heartmybackpack 18 Ridiculously Helpful #Norwegian #Habits You Should Adopt. There are some things Scandinavians just do right. via @topupyourtrip

18 Ridiculously Helpful Norwegian Habits You Should Adopt

1. LANGFOSS [Etne, Hordaland]

Langfoss (literally pronounced and translated like "Long Falls") was a powerful cascading waterfall that tumbled down almost the entire length of a mountainside before spilling into the Åkra Fjord.

Kumla dumplings boiling in ham broth

Joe's Norwegian ancestors came from the Bergen area of Norway in the As they moved across the U. to establish the town of Rola.

Noruega - Summer Fjord, Svolaer, Norway

Summer Fjord, Svolaer, Norway - All of Scandinavia is first on my hit list and has been for some time. The beauty is amazing.

The Invention Of Lefse: A turn of the century Norwegian Christmas novella   October 2012  ...4 stars

The Invention Of Lefse: A turn of the century Norwegian Christmas novella October 2012 stars

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Former pinner: Norwegian food- As a Norwegian, it's funny reading information about Norwegian food written by a foreigner!

A magical 48 Hours in Oslo, Norway // Get more travel tips and inspiration for visiting Norway at http://www.holidaystoeurope.com.au/home/resources/destination-articles/scandinavia

A magical 48 Hours in Oslo, Norway

Lesenswert für alle mit wenig Aufenthalt in der norwegischen Hauptstadt! A magical 48 Hours in Oslo, Norway - What would you do? The Viking Ship Museum is a start, but there is so much more.

The Langfoss waterfall in Norway William Ogilvie of Glasgow, Scotland

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The bunad from Hardanger is a living tradition and has evolved from a folk costume. The different regions are indicated in the detailing on the costumes. This bunad has a green silk bodies and a black woolen skirt. The white apron has inlaid embroidery, which is known as Hardanger embroidery.  | Hardanger Folkemuseum, Utne in Norway

Hardanger bunad with a green silk and a black woolen skirt. The white apron has inlaid embroidery, which is known as Hardanger embroidery.

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