Geography in Norway

Norway is arranged in the western piece of the Scandinavian landmass. It stretches out around 1,100 mi (1,770 km) from the North Sea along the Norwegian Sea to in excess of 300 mi (483 km) over the Arctic Circle, the most remote north of any European nation. It is marginally bigger than New Mexico. About 70% of Norway is appalling and secured by mountains, ice sheets, fields, and streams. 

The many profound fjords that cut into the coastline give Norway a general oceanfront of in excess of 12,000 mi (19,312 km). Galdhø Peak, at 8,100 ft (2,469 m), is Norway's most noteworthy point and the Glåma (Glomma) is the chief waterway, at 372 mi (598 km) long.

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