In a fight during the Battle of Norway, this Fortress near the capital of Norway destroyed the German battleship Bluecher.
Famous for sinking of German battleship "Blücher" in the early hours of WWII in Norway. It took the Germans over 12 hours to overtake the small castle, set in the narrow inlet to Oslo, the capital of Norway. Meanwhile, the Royal family and the Goverment of Norway g...
Norway’s WRC round, 16-18 February 2007, will contain numerous spectacular Special Stages (SS). From the start/finish in Hamar, the special stages will run northeast of Oslo, the capital of Norway, from the mountainous region of Lillehammer in the north to the forests of Kongsvinger in the south. Rally Norway 2006 may well be the first time the international car industry will meet such pictures...
One of those big islands in the North that nobody knows about, this is Svalbard, territory of Norway.
1. First discovered by the Norwegians in the 12th century, the islands served as an international whaling base during the 17th and 18th centuries. Norway's sovereignty was recognized in 1920; five years later it officially took over the territory.
An old map over Bergen in Norway from 1885. This map is cool used in combination with the aerial photos I already uploaded, when using the transparency slider you can see the huge difference between Bergen in 1885 and today.
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