- Norway was ranked the world's #1 country in the 2014 Prosperity Index for wealth and well-being.
- Norway has the world's highest gas prices at $10.12 a gallon of premium gas.
- In Norway, stripping counts as an art form for tax purposes.
- Norway's public Universities are free for students from anywhere in the world.
- The monarch of Norway's title is "Norway's King" rather than "King of Norway", signifying that he belongs to the country and not vice versa.
- and "Even"
- are popular names
- for males in Norway.
- There's a town in Norway called Hell.
- so it's importing garbage from Norway
- 8.2% of people in Norway eat tacos every single Friday.
- The late King Olav V of Norway used public transportation and always paid the tickets.
- Norway was originally called "Nordweg," meaning the "Northern Way."
- Norway's NRK TV channel shows include an 8-hour train ride, a 12-hour knitting show, a 12-hour log fire and 18-hours of salmon spawning.
- In 2017, Norway became the first country to turn off FM radio and switch completely to digital.
- Only 10 police officers
- have been killed
- in Norway
- since WW2.
- It is illegal to spay or neuter your dog in Norway except under very specific circumstances.
- In Halden, a high-security prison in Norway, every cell has a flatscreen TV, an en-suite shower and fluffy, white towels.
- Norway had a nationwide "butter crisis" in 2011: a single 250 g (8.8 oz) pack of butter would cost about US$50.
- Norway is ranked as the country least likely to be affected by climate change. Chad is the most vulnerable.
- The U.S. has more people of Norwegian descent than Norway.
- It takes 3 years of higher education to become a police officer in Norway. Graduates get a bachelor's degree in "Police Studies."
- Sami people in Norway castrate reindeers using their teeth.
- The Elk is the national animal of Norway.
- Norway's coastline is long enough to circle the planet two and a half times.
- In Norway, no one can disguise their earnings, as every citizen's tax returns are made available for everyone else in the country to inspect.