Norway was one of the founders of United Nations back in 1945 but that is not why there are 8 Norwegian landmarks and areas included in the UNESCO World Heritage list. This country is a truly delight to the eyes for its natural and cultural sites and Norwegians do a great job preserving it!
The northern lights, also known as Aurora Borealis are something that amazes people since always. These lights are the result of the collisions between electrically charged particles from the sun that enter the earth’s atmosphere. To enjoy a true amazing show, you must head north and wait for 11 pm for the show to start.
Being a cold country has it perks, and it was here, in 19th century, that the modern skiing was pioneered. And talking about history, did you know that every year by Christmas time, Norway offers a Christmas tree to the United Kingdom? This tradition begun in 1947 as a gesture of gratitude to United Kingdom for its support to Norway during the World War II. You will be able to see this tree standing in Trafalgar Square in London