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Capital city: Oslo

Area: 125,181 sq miles (324,220 sq km)

Population: 4,233,116

Official language:Norwegian

Major religions: Christian 90%, other 10%

Government: Multiparty democracy

Currency: Norwegian krone

Adult literacy rate: 99%

Life expectancy: 79 years

People per doctor: 333

Televisions: 579 per 1,000 people

NORWAY LIES ALONG the western coast of Scandinavia. It is a long country, narrow in its northern half and only 50 miles (80 km) wide at one point. Despite its northerly location, Norway’s lengthy coastline is kept free of ice by the warm Gulf Stream. Most of the country is mountainous, with spectacular landscapes of thousands of lakes and offshore islands.Many people work in industry, including offshore oil and gas production, shipbuilding, and mining. Fishing, forestry, and agriculture employ only about five percent of the total workforce.