Every place, every spot in our worlds has it's own magic through it's special landscapes which fascinates our minds. Today I'll take you in a trip to one of the most incredible places in the world which is Norway. the pole land which has the magic of aurora and the beauty of white ice and green lands, the blue rivers and lakes and the height mountains. All of these are factors to make it as one of the most fascinating places in the world.
Norway is a country in northern Europe and occupies the western part of the Scandinavian Peninsula in addition to the Jan Mayen and the Svalbard archipelago in the Arctic.
Total area of Norway up to 385.252 square kilometers (148,747 square miles) and has a population of about 4.8 million people. The country is one of the least densely populated European countries. Norway has a long border with Sweden in the east, and the maximum limit its northern Finland from the south and Russia to the east, while Denmark is located to the south at the tip of the country south through the Strait of Skagerrak. Oslo is the capital of Norway. The coast of Norway has a broad face the Atlantic Ocean and the Barents Sea, and this coast is home to the famous Fayyord. via
Norway have some of the most scenic in the world, the west coast of the south and north coasts are currently some unique charming scenes in the world. Association of National Geographic ranked the Norwegian Fayyordat as a source of top tourist attractions in the world. in 2008, the Environmental Performance Index put Norway in second place after Switzerland based on the environmental performance by the policies of the country.
The largest predators in Norwegian waters are sperm whales and the largest fish is the basking shark. The largest predators on land, are polar bears while brown bears are the largest predators on the Norwegian mainland, while the larger Norwegian mammals moose undisputed. Because of the multiplicity of latitude in Norway there are large seasonal variations in the length of the day. From late May to late July, the sun does not set well below the horizon in areas north of the Arctic Circle, Norway is here described as "the land of the midnight sun", while in the rest of the country shall be the length of the day up to 20 hours a day. In contrast, from late November to late January the sun does not rise above the horizon in the north, while the very short daylight hours in the rest of the country.