Tove Andersson shares the theme of this year’s Juleroser, a Norwegian Christmas magazine, edited by beloved actor and singer Herborg Kråkevik.
Author: Tove Andersson
Tove Andersson reports on Nordkapp municipality winning in court for the right to move freely in nature after a long battle with corporations.
Roald Amundsen’s private diary is published and a Norwegian wins a trip to the South Pole in what would have been Amundsen’s 150th birthday.
Tove Andersson writes about the history of street names in Oslo, where readers can learn a lot about the city by studying how names were chosen.
Tove Andersson writes about Sami Siida
with a restaurant, museum, and cultural events for guests, run by Sami family members in Alta, Norway.
Tove Andersson reports on En julenattsdrøm – A Christmas Night’s Dream, which is playing at Nationaltheatret in Oslo, Norway’s National Theater.
Tove Andersson talks to Ellen Marie
Martinsen, a Sami artist-photographer living in Sweden, who learned her
culture and its art on her own.
Tove Andersson reports on the opening of the new Munch Museum in Oslo, heralded by King Harald and Queen Sonja as a gift to the world.
Tove Andersson discovers family meaning when reading “European Glass Fishing Floats, their Makers and Mark,” written by Olaf Raabe of Norway.
On May 17, 1814, the Norwegian Constitution was signed at Eidsvoll municipality in Viken County. Today, Eidsvoll celebrates its constitutional legacy.