Cities in NORWAY
The population of Norway was 5,320,045 in July 2017. This means that on average only 16 people live on a km2, a population density that is among the lowest in Europe. In Finnmark, only 1.6 people live per km2.
Population density NorwayPhoto: Free ottoman CC 3.0 Unported no changes made
The population of Norway largely belongs to the Nordic race descended from the Vikings. There are also two ethnic minorities, both in Northern Norway: 60,000 Samen (Lappen) and 7,000 Finns. The Sami are related to the Mongols. The Norwegians have long tried to make the Sami language and culture die out. That did not work and nowadays there is even a Sami parliament, albeit with only limited powers.
Sami woman in traditional costume, NorwayPhoto: Gerd A.T. Mueller CC 3.0 Unported no changes made
Emigration has always played a major role in Norwegian history since Viking times. Hundreds of thousands left their country over time. The population is increasingly concentrated in relatively large cities such as Oslo (over 1 million inhabitants in the urban region), Bergen and Trondheim.
Oslo, capital and most populous city of NorwayPhoto: John Christian Fjell… CC 3.0 Unported no changes made
Dominicus, J. / Noorwegen
Hoogendoorn, H. / Noorwegen
Meesters, G. / Zuid-Noorwegen
Schagen, K. / Noorwegen
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