Every country faces their own issues or challenges. It may be an economic issue, a social issue, or an environmental issue. Some countries have bigger challenges than other countries. Norway has a bigger challenges environmentally and economically but not so much socially. As we learned from the previous paper, Norway is very important for their oil. There are several countries that depend on Norway for their oil. Oil may become a problem someday for Norway. Some countries have been dealing with acid rain, which is not a good thing. Norway is one of those countries. A social issue that Norway has is immigrants coming to country.
The people from the north, Norsemen, lived in villages and on dispersed farms in various regions. The Norwegian Vikings were from Iceland and Ireland. The Danish Vikings were from France and Britain. The Swedish Vikings were from Russia. Regardless of region, Vikings are addressed as one group of people. Written documentation from this era, sagas specify the region of Vikings being recorded.
"The origin and evolution of saga writing in Iceland are largely matters for speculation. A common pastime on Icelandic farms, from the 12th century down to modern times, was the reading aloud of stories to entertain the household, known as sagnaskemmtun ("saga entertainment"). It seems to have replaced the traditional art of storytelling" (Hermann Palsson, pg. 1). Njal's Saga uses Old Icelandic writing convention and historical data to give a fictional account of a generation's lifestyle and struggles.
lakes, but mostly wide open plains and rolling hills. The central section of the Scandinavian
I am Balder. I live in Norrvegr. I am a Norseman. I am the eldest of four children. I dress in typical Scandinavian clothing, I typically wear linen or wool shirt and trousers, spun and woven by my mother and sisters in our home. The women wear dress like garment called shift made of same material. Over that they wear a dress open at the sides held with shoulder straps. In colder weather they wear cloaks or shawls. Clothing is held in place by brooches. Our shoes and boots are made of calfskin or goatskin. And of course animal skins to keep warm.
Ireland is an island located off the northwestern coastline of continental Europe and is west of the United Kingdom. It is boarded by the Irish Sea, Atlantic Ocean, and St. George’s Channel. Its absolute location is 53.4129 degrees N 8.2439 degrees W. The independent country of Northern Ireland is located in the islands northeast corner.
The Sami people live in four countries: Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia. The total population in these four countries is about 80,000, half live in Norway. Under half of these people talk Sami. In Norway, the Sami people live in almost all parts of North-Norway, and in Trøndelag, in Femundsmarka and in Hedmark. The Sami people speak a language that is a member of the Uralic linguistic group along with languages such as Finnish, Estonian and Hungarian. Norwegian and other Indo-European languages are not related to the Sami
Sweden is located in Europe, and shares the Scandinavian Peninsula with Finland and Norway. It’s absolute location is 60.13 degrees north and 18.64 degrees east. It’s positioned in both northern and eastern hemispheres, and north of Germany and Poland. It’s two neighbors on the Scandinavian Peninsula are located on either side of it, with Finland to the east side of it and Norway to the west. The Baltic Sea borders Sweden on its southern side, while the Gulf of Bothnia borders it on the east side. There are so many marvelous physical land features in Sweden, along with different regions consisting of different landscapes and unique characteristics.
The religion and beliefs and philosophies of Finland and the USA are similar. The main religion of Finland is Evangelical Lutheran Church, believe in one God. There are ten different religions in Finland. Seventy-four percent of people in Finland are religious, twenty-six percent of people in Finland aren’t religious. There are only two main languages in Finland. Refer to themselves as Suomalaiset. The main religion in the USA is Christianity, believe
As the Scandinavian countries evolved, Norway was joined with Sweden, but declared the union dissolved on June 7th, 1905. The official name for the country is the Kingdom of Norway, but the official shorthand is simply Norway. Norwegian population is at 5,265,158 people and has about 3 main ethnic groups, with the majority (94.4%) supposedly being pure Norwegian and other europeans holding 3.6%, and other people, possible immigrants or other cultures holding the final 2 percent. Bokmål Norwegian is the official language spoken, but Nynorsk Norwegian is another subsection, and Sami and Finnish are spoken is mucimaplaieies. Oslo, the capital of Norway, used to be called Christiania and sits at 59.55 N, 10.45 E, six hours ahead of Washington DC. Norwegians don’t hold any citizenship upon being born into the country, and to be eligible to gain citizenship one parent must be a Norwegian citizen. Legal citizens are allowed to vote by age 18, like the
Norway is a Scandinavian country (Norway Sweden and Denmark make up Scandinavia) encompassing mountains, glaciers and deep coastal fjords. Oslo, the capital, is a city of green spaces and museums. Preserved
Dices on table, board ready, RPG master book open, everyone in front of the board with their character descriptions ready in hand. Now the master can begin the story. From the board to a new place, just let the imagination act.
On the flipside, Iceland has to confront with high risk of natural disaster, volcano eruption. The central highland of country is unsuitable for living because some areas are covered by glacier and lava field. Most people, two thirds of population, live in the capital city, Reyjavik, and along the coastline near the seaport. The density of Icelandic population is considered to be the most lightly populated in Europe because it has approximately 3.2 people per square kilometer. The Iceland’s territorial waters are enclosed with rich of marine resources. The fishing industry plays a vital role of Iceland’s economy since it is the main export calculated for 40% of total export’s revenue and contributes a lot of job, approximately 35,000 work forces, and revenue to country, 26 % GDP derives from ocean clusters in 2010 (Sigfusson and Arnason, 2010). However, it is also vulnerable to the problem such as the fluctuation of fisheries stocks and dispute with neighbor country. The main trading partners of Iceland are European union countries that especially in United Kingdom and Germany and Netherland ( The Observatory of Economic complexity, n.d.).
Total population of the country is around 27 million while two million of them are abroad for jobs and education. Official language of the country is Nepali while Nepal Bhasa, Maithili and hundred other different languages are recognized as regional and national languages of the multi-cultural society. Around 80 per cent of the population follows Hinduism, the biggest religion of the country while around 10 percent follow
Looked in correlation with the national economy, tourism acts as an inspiring component of the global economic system because it involves an increase in production of goods and services, also development of material and technical base and stimulating the construction and equipping the accommodation and food establishments, upgrading the road network, development of transport, leisure facilities.