Norwegian dating customs
Minority languages include Finnish, spoken by 0.2% of the population, mainly in the northern region of Finnmark, as well as "Sami", a language closely related to Finnish, spoken by 0.9% of the Norwegian population.
The poet Aksel Sandemose put Jante Law into words and they convey an important element of Norwegian culture: humility.
The bride and groom will invite those family and friends that are closest to them.
Children are generally not invited unless, of course, the children belong to the bride or groom.
S., there will only be one attendant standing on each side of the bride and groom and a flower girl and ring bearer if the couple chooses.
At a traditional Norwegian Wedding Procession, the fiddle players led the way with the bride and groom close behind.
Everyone had to make sure they would be in the right place in the procession.
Location: Northern Europe, bordering Finland 729 km, Sweden 1,619 km, Russia 196 km Capital: Oslo Population: 5 million (2019 est.) Ethnic Make-up: Norwegian, Sami 20,000 Religions: Evangelical Lutheran 86% (state church), other Protestant and Roman Catholic 3%, other 1%, none and unknown 10% Business Culture: Ranked 2nd in The Business Culture Complexity Index™ Over 99% of the 4.3m population of Norway speak the official language, Norwegian.
Norwegian has 2 written forms, "Bokmal" (Book Norwegian) and "Nynorsk" (New Norwegian) and they enjoy the same legal recognition, although "Bokmal" is increasingly more common.