Polar Bear Attacks Woman In Norway's Remote Svalbard Islands

A polar bear attacked a woman in Norway in the remote Arctic Svalbard islands. The polar bear injured the French tourist, leaving her with several wounds. The unnamed woman was part of a 25-group camping trip in the Svalbard region. The group was camping at Sveasletta, in the central part of the Svalbard archipelago, which is roughly 800 kilometers (500 miles) north of the Norwegian mainland.
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Norwegian student looks forward to school year here

A new resident in Albion is making her debut appearance at Boone Central High School this upcoming school year. Pia Caroline Heywood Bryn is a foreign exchange student looking forward to the excitement of being in America for the coming school year. She will be a sophomore at Boone Central...
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Forget the Golden Circle. Here’s What To Know About Norway’s Golden Road

Fewer crowds, award-winning cuisine, and off-the-beaten-path Norwegian experiences await. There are many reasons why Norway’s Golden Road differs from Iceland’s Golden Circle. While Iceland’s landscape is almost moon-like—defined by porous lava fields, spongey green moss, and shimmering glaciers—Norway’s Trøndelag region is comparable to, say, the Pacific Northwest.

One Of The World’s Largest Whirlpools Churns Off The Maine Coast

Maine is home to many awesome natural wonders, including one of the biggest whirlpools on earth. It's certainly not the colossal watery vortex that swallows up huge ships in sea stories, but it's still a cool sight. Old Sow Whirlpool is located between Deer Island, New Brunswick, Canada, and Moose Island, Eastport, Maine. It's the largest tidal whirlpool in the Western Hemisphere, and among the biggest in the world.

A Mimi on the Move: Norway, Land of Beautiful Contrasts

Nature and high tech…coexisting. Western Norway: A land of contrasts. The mountains and fjords are just a step away from vibrant cities….or, rather, the cities are built right into them. So it is with Bergen, our home for the month of July. Bergen is known as the “Gateway...

Arctic Race of Norway 2022

Arctic Race of Norway 2022 overview Image 1 of 1 Dates: August 11-14, 2022 Distance: 677.9km Start: Mo i RanaFinish: TrondheimThe 2022 Arctic Race of Norway returns for a ninth edition with four stages from August 11-14 and organisers noting that it is the first time the race will be held below, not above, the Arctic Circle.  The first two days offer opportunities for the sprinters, stage 1 being the longest of the race at 185km. The final two days are for the climbers, both with summit finishes. A total of 19 teams will compete, among them 10 teams that were in Norway earlier in...

Discover The Legacy Of Edvard Grieg In Bergen, Norway

Even people with no interest whatsoever in classical music will know at least a few pieces by Edvard Grieg. Among many highlights, his collaboration with Henrik Ibsen on Peer Gynt produced the uplifting Morning Mood and In the Hall of the Mountain King, some of the world’s most famous classical works.