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The northern lights have already arri...

The northern lights have already arrived in Finland!

This breathtaking photo was taken at Lake Inari in Northern Finland in late October this year. With the next solar maximum due February 2013, it is looking to be a great winter for aurora borealis. Make sure to click the photo above to see the large version! Maybe it’s about time you changed your desktop […]

Weekly Theme Updates

Weekly Theme Updates

First of all, thank you for your readership! Our blog has been operational for about a month now, and the traffic has really spiked the last two weeks. This is very exciting for us, and we would like to continue our effort with this blog so that you keep coming back to read our newest […]

Photo Album: Visit to Mathallen Oslo

Photo Album: Visit to Mathallen Oslo

The brand new food market “Mathallen” opened its doors in Oslo on October 2nd, and our staff went to check. The venue is inspired by the traditional food markets of Europe, but has its distinctive character. Mathallen offers both speciality stores, from all between French delicacies to fresh produce, with restaurants offering a wide variety […]

Stadshuskällaren in Stockholm renewed

Stadshuskällaren in Stockholm renewed

During this summer, the famous Stadshuskällaren restaurant in the City Hall of Stockholm closed their doors to refurbish the interior of their prestigious locale. The restaurant first opened 90 years ago in 1922, and also acted as a lunch room for the City Hall staff. Now the preservation work is finished, and the walls and […]

Borgund Stave Church: Winter

Borgund Stave Church: Winter

The iconic and popular Borgund Stave Church is open for visitors throughout the year, as opposed to many stave churches that close down after the summer season is over. The oldest and best preserved stave church in Norway, together with the far newer Visitors Centre nearby, will be open from 10:00 to 17:00 every day […]

Credit card vs. cash in Scandinavia

Credit card vs. cash in Scandinavia

A news article in the Swedish news media Aftonbladet writes that a chain of retailers in bedroom furniture had stopped handling cash at their stores, after a successful test project this year. From today, customers at KungSängen can only pay by credit card or by invoice at all of their 37 stores. The reason behind this is to […]