Norway ~Aubrey

People visit Norway to see , Geirangerfjord , to celebrate Christmas, and to learn about Edvard Munch.

Did you know Norway is really cold?
Geirangerfjord

The Geirangerfjord is a famous tourist place in Norway. Its a fun and cool place to visit.People can walk around and enjoy the view . Geirangerfjord is located in Sunnmore region of more Og Romsdal country. also it is the host of Seven waterfalls. Around the Geirangerfjord is some of the steepest mountains in the whole west coast of Norway. The Geirangerfjord is a cool place to visit.

some of his painting´s
this is the Scream!

Edvard Munch is a painter that painted for the world too see. Edvard was born on December 12, 1863 and died January 23, 1944 at the age 81. He was famous after he died, but He was famous for his painting"the scream" which sold for over 199 million dollars in 2012. Edvard Munch is one of a kind artist.

Christmas in Norway

Christmas in Norway is called "Jul" brought by Santa "Julenissen"

Noreagains believe that a little elf name "Nissie" will eat your left of porrige or rice from your supper,and especially Christmas.

Did you know Norways landscape is snowy icy and hilly? the snow is everywhere in the winter . The ice covers, lakes ,and oceans. Their steep Hills have tons of snow on them.

Thanks for coming
bye!

http://goscandinavia.about.com/od/norwa1/p/geirangerfjord.htm?utm_term=geirangerfjord

https://en.wikipepia.org/wiki/Geirangerfjord

http://www.whychristmas.com/cultres/norway.shtml

Credits:

Created with images by Pedro Nuno Caetano - "Sea of tulips" • SteenJepsen - "norway winter snow" • KRiemer - "fjord norway fjordlandschaft" • Huntington Theatre Company - "A Doll’s House inspiration board with paintings by Edvard Munch" • zaphad1 - "The Scream" • Lindblom - "Christmas 2012" • tanakawho - "Free to use texture/background" • PublicDomainPictures - "tulips tulip orange"

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