The land of harsh Vikings and northern lights, majestic fjords and snow–white ice, emerald greenery and hospitable people – this is all Norway – an amazing country located in the northern part of Europe, in the west of the Scandinavian Peninsula. Few people know, but Norway is a kingdom. It still has its own monarch, who rules the country in accordance with the constitution adopted in 1814.
The local climate (subarctic – in the far north, marine – in coastal areas and continental – in mountainous areas) is temperate. In summer, the temperature ranges from plus six to fifteen degrees, in winter it drops to minus twelve, but it can also stay around zero.
The largest city in Norway, the capital of the country, Oslo, unlike other European megacities, boasts not only a historical, cultural and commercial range of entertainment, but also an amazing ecology created thanks to numerous natural parks and reserves.