Tove Andersson discovers family meaning when reading “European Glass Fishing Floats, their Makers and Mark,” written by Olaf Raabe of Norway.
Author: Tove Andersson
On May 17, 1814, the Norwegian Constitution was signed at Eidsvoll municipality in Viken County. Today, Eidsvoll celebrates its constitutional legacy.
With COVID forcing couples to adapt their wedding plans, friluftsliv weddings are an increasingly popular choice in Norway, including on the North Cape.
Tour skating—ice hiking in the open air on natural ice—has become a popular, though dangerous, winter pasttime in Norway.
A new cultural project in Norway is turning disused phone booths into “book booths”, encouraging passersby to take a book or leave a book.
The house of polar explorer Roald Amundsen, filled with sounds, images, and stories from his life, can now be explored with virtual reality (VR).
Alf Folmer, at 99, has a life full of Christmas memories, and has already happily set the table for Christmas, though he’ll be the only guest.
Norway’s oldest industrial company, Hadeland Glassverk in Jevnaker, opened the Christmas season with joy, despite the ongoing pandemic.
Visit the new Deichman Bjørvika library in Oslo with native Tove Andersson to find out what’s new in learning in an innovative open space.
On Midtsommer, a popular Oslo destination is Hvervenbukta, an idyllic recreational area just a few minutes from Oslo’s city center.