The Norwegian colony of L’Alfas del Pi is the largest after London. It has set in the village in the 60s, it introduced all kinds of businesses, from schools, pharmacies and kiosks, even his own Lutheran church and club. Twinned Oslo and the municipality are working to strengthen ties and integrate their cultures and the people. On 17th May 1814 the Constitution was signed and put Norway path of independence after 400 years of “union” – first in Denmark and then Sweden. Since May 17, they celebrate the National Day of Norway. L’Alfas del Pi, all residents parade through the streets dressed in their costumes and celebrate all day its Constitution.
A Norwegian community likes Spain for his lifestyle, but yours has nothing to envy, I have a little bit of a small country with great values.
Norway grew economically after World War currently being one of the richest countries in the world. It is the third largest oil exporter in the world after Russia and Saudi Arabia. It is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary system of government. About 77% of the population belongs to the Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Its natural landscapes are spectacular. Glaciers, mountains and waterfalls emanate a sublime and natural energy. On the other hand, natural wonders such as the Northern authors, fjords and quiet mountain plateaus highlight the calm qualities of Norway.
It is the largest glacier in continental Europe, with an area of 487 square kilometers. It has more than 50 branches glaciers. The glacier is a part of Jostedalsbreen National Park in Sogn og Fjordane.
The northern lights transmit the feeling of being on the very edge of the world and throwing a look that goes into the infinite universe of which we are only a tiny part. They appear at night when the sky is dark. The so-called belt of the northern lights’ across the Northern Norway Lofoten.
The elaborately carved wooden churches were present throughout the northwest of the medieval Europe. Today, they are found almost exclusively in Norway.
The day that never ends.
Like a setting sun prolonged, the midnight sun colors the sky and land on a yellowish red.
If you travel to the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard, you should know that there the sun does not set between April and late August. You can take a walk at midnight by a glacier or watch the red sky of a sled moving, experiencing the unique climate and nature near the North Pole.
Norwegian cuisine is based, in its most traditional form, largely on the raw materials available in your country, as you know, is dominated by mountains, rugged landscapes and the sea. Therefore, it differs in many respects from the continental gastronomical counterparts focused mainly on hunting and fish. Salmon, trout, whale and cod are among the most consumed fish in Norway. other seafood such as king crab is outstanding and has a food festival dedicated to him.. To eat “Reker” (shrimp) Norwegian style you must place them peeled
on white bread and water them with fresh lemon juice, mayonnaise and a touch of dill.
If you ask a name of the Norwegian par excellence dish, many would opt for Elfårikål – literally “sheep cabbage”. Every autumn many Norwegians boil sheep meat or lamb with cabbage and whole peppercorns, served with potatoes.
In Norway there is a word for everything you put on top of the bread: “pålegg”. One of the most popular and closely tied to the Norwegian identity ingredient is brown lactoserum cheese – especially made from goat milk (geitost).. They also like candy with a hard and spicy touch.
Heart-shaped waffles, when the Norwegians visit their grandmothers they always hope to eat waffles.