Main Facts About Norway

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Currency
The currency in Norway is Norwegian krone. You can exchange your money in hotels, banks and airports and there are many ATMs in Norway where you can withdraw cash. Before you travel, make sure to check with your bank in regards of any fees.
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Language
Norway has two official languages - Norwegian and Sami but Norwegian is by far the most widely spoken language. However virtually every Norwegian can speak fluent English so you'll be able to get around just fine.
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Weather
Norway is probably not the place to go if you are looking for a lot of warmth and sunshine as the hottest months - June, July, August on average record a temperature of around 18.4°C. It can get really cold in the winter though, with temperatures dropping to -32.5°C in some places. The official coldest ever temperature in Norway was -51.2°C! That's FREEZING!
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Power Plugs
In Norway two plug types are used - C and F, like in most of Europe. You'll need a plug adapter if you want to use your UK devices in Norway.
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Population
Currently 5.37 million live in Norway. There are several reasons why it's relatively low - climate, lack of arable land (only 3% of land area is farmable) and historic mass emigration between 1825 and 1925.
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Fun Fact
Norway actually introduced salmon sushi to Japan. Thank you Norway!