Norway questions This is a list of recently added questions about Norway. Play Norway quiz and see all the questions. Where are the three tallest European waterfalls located?In Norway. Those three are: Vinnufossen (860 m), Balåifossen (850 m) and Strupenfossen (820 m). They are world's 6th, 7th and 11th tallest waterfalls respectively.Created by: Ninjaiaverage 63% in Austriain Austria14in Switzerlandin Switzerland83in Norwayin Norway191in Francein France13waterfalls riddles » What is the name of the Norwegian Antarctic station?Troll is a Norwegian research station located at Jutulsessen, 235 kilometers (146 mi) from the coast in the eastern part of Princess Martha Coast in Queen Maud Land, Antarctica. It is Norway's only all-year research station in Antarctica. It has an overwintering capacity of eight people and a summer capacity of 40. It is served by Troll Airfield, which is the base for the Dronning Maud Land Air Network. Created by: Fabiennevery hard 27% GoblinGoblin29TrollTroll104TelemarcTelemarc65Nord-TrøndelagNord-Trøndelag186Antarctica riddles » Penguin named Nils Olav is a ...Norwegian Army mascot. Brigadier Sir Nils Olav is a king penguin who resides in Edinburgh Zoo, Scotland. He is the mascot and Colonel-in-Chief of the Norwegian King's Guard. The name 'Nils Olav' and associated ranks have been passed down through three king penguins since 1972 – the current holder is Nils Olav III.Created by: Ninjaiaverage 60% minesweeperminesweeper2708Norwegian Army mascotNorwegian Army mascot7181the only animal that survived Titanic's sinkingthe only animal that survived Titanic's sinking655the pinguin that could fly thanks to its rare illnessthe pinguin that could fly thanks to its rare illness1250military riddles » Which European King went down with his ship?Olav Tryggvason. Olaf Tryggvason was King of Norway from 995 to 1000. He died in the Battle of Svolder. Olaf fought to the last on his great vessel Ormrinn Langi ("Long Serpent"), the mightiest ship in the North, and finally leapt overboard and was seen no more. In later centuries, the saga descriptions of the battle have inspired a number of ballads and other works of literature.Created by: Ninjaihard 45% William the ConquerorWilliam the Conqueror1968Bolesław II the GenerousBolesław II the Generous1001Philip IV of FrancePhilip IV of France1133Olav TryggvasonOlav Tryggvason3426kings riddles » What is the name of the first Viking who became the King of England?Sweyn Forkbeard the King of Dennmark and Norway in 1013 after many tries finally has conquered British soil and announced himself as the King of England. Another Vikings that became the King of England were his son Cnut and William the Conqueror.Created by: Ninjaivery hard 16% Sweyn ForkbeardSweyn Forkbeard84Ragnar LothbrokRagnar Lothbrok108Cnut the GreatCnut the Great78William the ConquerorWilliam the Conqueror254Vikings riddles » Which countries are called Scandinavian countries?Sweden, Norway, Denmark. The term Scandinavia always includes the three kingdoms of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.Created by: Devvery easy 96% Lithuania, Latvia, EstoniaLithuania, Latvia, Estonia211USA, Canada, MexicoUSA, Canada, Mexico74Sweden, Norway, DenmarkSweden, Norway, Denmark8658Great Britain, Ireland, FranceGreat Britain, Ireland, France59Denmark riddles » Who among Vikings wore horned helmets?Nobody. Popular culture picture of a Viking wearing horned helmet developed in 19th century inspired by archaeological findings that originated from Bronze Age much earlier to Vikings' times.Created by: smyruaverage 60% chieftainschieftains1786respected warriorsrespected warriors3381Vikings of NorwayVikings of Norway2340nobodynobody11326Middle Ages riddles » In order to protect seeds of the edible plants, the Global Seed Vault has been built. Where is it located?Spitsbergen permafrost. The Svalbrad Global Seed Vault (norw. Svalbrad globale frøhvelv) is located Svalbrad archipelago, at the Sptisbergen Island in Norway. It has been built to safely store seeds of edible plants from all over the world in case of any cataclism. Vault located is in the tunnel digged in the permafrost. Currently over 1.5 mln specimens are storedCreated by: lanusienkaaverage 64% Spitsbergen permafrostSpitsbergen permafrost4116Headquarters of United Nations in New YorkHeadquarters of United Nations in New York777Headquarters of FAO in RomeHeadquarters of FAO in Rome702Such place does not existSuch place does not exist781ecology riddles » During World War II, the Norwegian resistance launched a series of sabotage actions against Hydroelectric plant in Vemor, Norway. Why?To disrupt German nuclear project. In 1934, at Vemork, Norsk Hydro built the first commercial plant capable of producing heavy water as a byproduct of fertilizer production. In 1943, a team of British-trained Norwegian commandos succeeded in destroying the production facility with a second attempt, Operation Gunnerside. Operation Gunnerside was later evaluated as the most successful act of sabotage in all of World War II.Created by: Riho Ishiihard 54% to distrupt work of German airfieldsto distrupt work of German airfields2033to disrupt work of oilfieldsto disrupt work of oilfields2048to disrupt work of U-boat basesto disrupt work of U-boat bases4322to disrupt German nuclear projectto disrupt German nuclear project10135Scandinavia riddles » In which countries there is a government monopoly on the sale of liquor?In Scandinavia. The state-run vendor is called Systembolaget in Sweden, Vinmonopolet in Norway and Alko in Finland. The governments of these countries claim that the purpose of these monopolies is to reduce the consumption of alcohol.Created by: Cleoaverage 66% in Scandinaviain Scandinavia10179in Baltic countriesin Baltic countries973in Russia, Belarus and Ukrainein Russia, Belarus and Ukraine3036in Belgium and Luxembourgin Belgium and Luxembourg1084Finland riddles » Play Norway quiz and see all the questions.