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Norway Facts For Kids


1. Norway is a country in northern Europe.

2. The weather in Norway is very cold in the winter, but the summer season is pleasant. 

3. In the northern areas of the country, there is no sunrise for about a couple of months.

4. Different types of animals are found in Norway such as polar bears, walrus, Arctic foxes, moose, etc.

5. Norway has thousands of plant species. Blueberries, cranberries and yellow cloudberries grow abundantly in Norway.

6. Norway shares boundaries with countries: Finland, Sweden and Russia.

7. Norway has petroleum, natural gas industries. Shipping, fishing, food processing, shipbuilding, pulp, paper are other main industries in the country.

8. Potatoes and wheat are top agricultural products in Norway.

9. The country's currency is the Norwegian krone. A major Norwegian holiday is Constitution Day, celebrated on May 17. 

10. Norwegian is the official language of Norway and Sami and Kven are the other spoken by people in some specific regions.

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