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The Norwegian landscape is generally rugged and mountainous, topped by glaciers and its coastline of over 20,000 km (10 longer than the US coast)% is punctured by sharp decline accesses known as fjords, as well as a multitude of islands and islets. It is also known as the land of the midnight sun because, due to its northern location, part of Norway lies above the Arctic Circle, where in summer the sun never sets and in winter many of its valleys remain in the dark . long periods

Norway borders the Atlantic Ocean to the full extent of its coast, joined by three different seas: the North Sea to the southwest and its large inlet the Skagerrak to the south, west Norwegian Sea and the Barents Sea to northeast. The highest point of Norway is Galdhopiggen to 2,469 m.

The Norwegian climate is fairly temperate, especially along the coast under the influence ofGulf Stream. The climate of the interior can be more severe and north may be the most subarctic conditions.

Norway has about 30 national parks, the most important Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella, Rondane (the first national park in Norway), Dovrefjell-Sunndalsfjella, Saltfjellet-Svartisen and Hardangervidda.

The islands of Svalbard and Jan Mayen are also part of the territory. Bouvet Island in the South Atlantic Ocean and Peter I Island in the South Pacific Ocean are considered dependencies and not part of the kingdom. Norway is one of the countries claiming territory in Antarctica (Dronning Maud's).




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Fiordos

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Fiordos

A fjord is carved by a glacier that has since been invaded by the sea, leaving saltwater valley. They are usually narrow est & aacute; n bordered by steep MOUNTAIN. Ace, born under sea level

They are in places where glaciaci & oacute; n (past or present) has reached the (current) sea level. They form when a glacier reaches the sea and melts. This leaves behind a valley that is flooded by sea ice retreat. Usually long, narrow and deep.


Galdhøpiggen

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Galdhøpiggen

Galdh ø piggen is mounted & ntilde; a m & aacute; s high in Norway and Northern Europe and est & aacute; Jotunheimen situated in the town of Lom in Oppland county.

Although Galdh ø piggen is mounted & ntilde; a m & aacute; s high pa & iacute; s, is not the m & aacute; s bulging, so & iacute is cre; to other mounts & ntilde; as, for example Sn ø hetta (2286 m) and Knutholdstinden (2341 m), were m & aacute; s high before modern science measurements m & aacute come; s meticulous. There is a caba & ntilde; a stone peak Galdh ø piggen. The Horse & ntilde; as of today is as third in line

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The routes m & aacute; s usual go Spiterstulen peak (1104 m) and Juvasshytta. The here & eacute; l & aacute r rises, I ask the STILL last Styggebreen crosses. The route takes about three hours Juvasshytta above an hour in the peak m & aacute; s high and about two hours down. It leads to Juvasshytta in M ??& aacute; s about 40 minutes (15 minutes per Riksvei 55 and after 20 to 25 minutes up the sandy road toll Juvasshytta).


Jan Mayen

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Jan Mayen

The island of Jan Mayen, the Kingdom of Norway, is a small & ntilde; a volcanic island & aacute; nica 373 km & sup2; located in the & aacute; Arctic, partly covered by glaciers and divided into two parts by a narrow isthmus. It is located in the Norwegian Sea and marks the l & iacute; allows the Greenland Sea; northern Iceland between Greenland and Norway to 71 & ordm; & Ordm N and 8; O.

Jan Mayen administratively is integrated part of Norway. Since 1995 it has been administered by the governor (fylkesmann) County (fylker) Nordland, however, the authority has been delegated to a commander station & oacute; n Norwegian Service Comm & oacute; n. Of Defense

The island est & aacute; inhabited by staff operating base navigation & oacute; n high range (Loran-C) with a total of 14 employees and a station & oacute; n: Weather & oacute services; cal staff of 4. Staff members of both live downtown accommodation base Lpray-C called Olonkinbyen (City Olonkin).

The island has no native or abor & iacute inhabitants genes but is assigned the ISO 3166-1 c & oacute; I say the Pa & iacute; s SJ, the internet domain of m & aacute; s high (ccTLD) .no (. est & aacute sj; assigned but not used) and the c & oacute; say data is JN. Radio prefix is ??JX.

The island is MOUNTAIN bear because its source volcano & aacute; nico and peak m & aacute; s high is the volcano & aacute; n. Beerenberg (2,277 m) north of the island

This island has no exploitable natural resources. Its activity econom mica is limited to providing services for employees of radio and meteorol & oacute; Norwegian ical located on the island. It has a track & eacute; unpaved area of ??approximately 1,585 m long called Airport Jan Mayen, and; its 124.1 kil & oacute; m lacking coast ports or harbors, taking STILL. ancladeras solely offshore


Lofoten

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Lofoten

The Lofoten Islands are a Archipi & eacute; lake and a county of Norway, situated in the county of Nordland, above the C & iacute; polar circle & aacute;. Arctic

The Lofoten Islands are characterized by their mounts & ntilde; as and peaks, islands sheltered from the open waters of the ocean & eacute; anus, beaches and big & aacute; v & iacute areas; margins. Like almost all Norwegian coast, its geography & iacute; a is deeply indented by fjords. Most MOUNTAIN to Lofoten is Higravstinden (1161 m) in Austv & aring; g ø y; M National Park ø ysalen2 northeast of Lofoten has MOUNTAIN as reaching 1262 m. The system Moskstraumen tides or tidal system of Maelstrom is east of Archipi & eacute; lake. The sea is rich in life, and the largest coral reef in deep water (R Reef ø st, 40 km in length) is located west of R ø st. There is a high population density & oacute; n & aacute of; sea eagles tail blanca and cormorants, and millions of other seabirds, including puffins colorists atl & aacute; nticos. Otters are common, and there are moose in Austv & aring; g ø. And


Parque Nacional Rondane

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Parque Nacional Rondane

The Rondane National Park (Norwegian: Rondane nasjonalpark) is the national park m & aacute; s ancient Norway. It was created on December 21, 1962 to protect one of the areas of greatest wealth ecol & oacute; cal pa & iacute; s. The park contains a large n & uacute; number of over 2,000 m peaks, the height m & aacute; XIMA the Rondslottet to 2178 meters. This area is home to a large colony of reindeer.

In 2003 there was an enlargement & oacute; n Park, occupying now & aacute; total area of ??963 km & sup2 ;. Rondane is among Norwegian Oppland and Hedmark communes, east of Gudbrandsdal, Dovre and Jotunheimen.

Rondane is a & aacute; rea t & iacute; pica of high mountains & ntilde; as, with large plateaus and a total of ten peaks around 2000 msnm.1 point m & aacute; s high is Rondeslottet (& quot; The Castle Rondane & quot;) with a height of 2178 meters. The point m & aacute; s low, est & aacute; just AFTER & eacute; s of forests, and whichst & aacute; n approximately 1000 meters. The climate is mild and relatively & aacute; rido. Adem & aacute; s of white birch trees, soil and rocks est & aacute; n & iacute covered by l; Queñes and heather. The mounts & ntilde; as m & aacute; s largest are almost entirely & aacute; arid; approximately 1500 m, s & oacute; l & iacute it grow; Queñes on bare stones

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MOUNTAIN landscape; est & aacute bear; divided by sharp valleys. Valley M & aacute; s deep is occupied by the lake Rondvatnet, a narrow lake that fills the space between the steep-Rondslottet Storronden hill and the hill Smiubelgen. Generally, Rondane not receive sufficient rainfall to generate permanent glaciers, although you can find snow drifts on the back of the valley flat.

The center of the park is the Rondvatnet lake, from which all the peaks around 2000 m can be achieved in less than a d & iacute; a walk. On the regi & oacute; n center and the north of this, the altitude is quite high compared to the m & aacute plateaus; s flat south. The m & aacute peaks; s Rondslottet are high (2178 m), Storronden (2138 m) and H ø Gronden (2118 m).
In many parts of the park are pots of water, created by small & ntilde; os remains of glaciers of the Ice Age, and peculiar hills called & quot;. Eskers & quot ;, created by the moraine dragged by glaciers


Svalbard

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Svalbard

The Archipi & eacute; Lake Svalbard (also & eacute; n called Spitsbergen or Spitsbergen) is an Archipi & eacute; lake located in the c & eacute; Glacial anus & aacute; Arctic, northern Europe, part of the Kingdom of Norway. It consists of a group of islands ranging from 74 & ordm; 81 & ordm; north and 10 & ordm; at 35 & ordm; this; form part m & aacute; s northern Norway. Only three of the islands est & aacute; n populated: Spitsbergen, Bj ø rn ø now and Hopen. The town m & aacute; s great is Longyearbyen

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The Svalbard Treaty recognizes sovereignty & iacute; a Norwegian Svalbard and the 1925 Svalbard Act makes Svalbard a part of this pa & iacute; s

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The islands forming the Archipi & eacute; lake covering an area of ??62,050 km & sup2 ;. Dominate three major islands: Spitsbergen (39,000 km & sup2;) Nordaustlandet (14,600 km & sup2;) and Edge ø and (5,000 km & sup2;). Others of importance are: Barents ø and L & aring; g ø and, Hopen, Dansk & Oslash; and, Kvit ø and Wilhelm ø and

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60% of Svalbard est & aacute; covered by glaciers and snowy expanses. However, the current Atl & aacute; ntico northern climate tempered & aacute; Arctic keeping clean and navigable waters during most of a & ntilde; o. Svalbard is sit & uacute; to the north of the C & iacute; Polar & aacute circle;. Arctic and Longyearbyen, the midnight sun lasts from 20 April to 23 August and the perpetual darkness from October 26 to February 15

The islands also & eacute; n serve as a zone of cr & iacute; a for & quot; goose & quot; Goose Barnacle goose and a variety of different birds. Four species of mam & iacute; mammals inhabit the Archipi & eacute; lake: the rat & oacute; n field Svalbard Sibling vole. Fox & aacute; Arctic, Svalbard reindeer (a distinct subspecies) and polar bears

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