National dress(bunad) from Norway. This one is called "beltestakk" :-) If I could choose a Bunad from wherever (you should always buy one who is connected to where you or your family comes from) I would totally buy this!
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.
The Harding fiddle is common in Telemark, Numedal, Valdres, Setesdal, Hardanger and along the West of Norway to Sunnmøre Photo by Laila Durán. And we call it the Hardanger Fiddle. My father's fiddle was made in
Norway's Constitution day May 17 th, celebrated in Oslo with a childrens parade in Oslo's main street Karl Johans gate. They are walking to the Royal Palace, where the royal family greets the children.