Travel Norway, because shoes is not sewn in same way. This is an http://meetingbenches.com/ journey, where creative places and people invite you to travel. After our author’s journey in Iceland, your basket of memories will enrich with something new, this time crossing the rainbow that embrace Norway. The traditional costume of Norway is bunad, word covers traditional garb of a …Read More »
FUNCIONAL, BEAUTIFUL AND FULL OF HISTORY – Elisabeth Stray Pedersen: Sweaters, coats and more, but always with Norwegian lamb’s wool.
Layers of t-shirts and sweaters, until rain jacket and hiking pants. The traditional costume of Norway is bunad, word covers traditional garb of a particular location and the ones used today holiday version of the dress. How do people dress in Oslo? https://oslofashionoutlet.no/en/brands/. For winter, inland, and northern areas, wear very warm clothes: starting with thermal long underwear, until a …Read More »
A DREAM OF LOVE, YOU AND THIS CORNER OF THE EARTH – Knut Hamsun: When promises and illusory hopes weaken your courage.
Displaying a wide variety of subjects and perspectives. Among his notable residents, the painter and illustrator Benjamin Blessum, the poet Edvard Storm and the writer Knut Hamsun. His church http://www.vagakyrkja.com/, built around 1150, is the second oldest stave church in the country. An Old Norwegian saga tells of King Olaf proceeded across the plateau to the Ottadal, finding Vågå, a …Read More »
A woman, two daughters and a husband, wrapped in music. Being the Gateway to the Fjords of Norway, it has the ideal combination of nature, culture and interesting urban attractions. Bergen you offers excellent experiences and culture. Here you can live a seafood experience with a boat trip, dinning at Cornelius Seafood Restaurant http://corneliusrestaurant.no/. In this town, you will find …Read More »
Eerie and sublime Scandinavian landscape. From this place, you can see Bjørsetfjellet (a mountain that presents in many of the paintings of a Norwegian painter. Astruptunet http://www.artiststudiomuseum.org/studio-museums/astruptunet/, is the place where a very creative man bought his farm. In 1914, he and his family moved into a building there of logs that had only one room. Until his death, the …Read More »