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Norway according to Anna

Today is “syttende mai” in Norway. They celebrate their nation and they celebrate a lot.

The Norweigians in Sweden celebrate at a miniSweden place in Stockholm called Skansen. They are everywhere, even in Sweden.

I don’t know much about the celebration, but I do know there’s lots of joy among the Norweigians. I think that’s beautiful.

So here’s to our neighbors, happy May 17 🙂
An interpretation of Norway from my corner of the world.

Norway and Sweden were actually one and the same for a while in 1800-1900’s, but I think Norway manage on their own quite good. Maybe even too good in skiing 🙂


14 thoughts on “Norway according to Anna”

  1. Minnesota has a large Norwegian population (and a large Swedish one, and a pretty sizable Finnish one while we’re at it), and there’s a Syttende Mai celebration there as well.

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