5. Visit Norwegian museums
Have you ever wanted to enjoy the works of Munch by walking through the Munch museum? Were you curious to learn more about Norway and visit the Norwegian national museum? Don't despair as now you can visit them both from your home!
Just tune in weekly for Munch museum live tours or browse their video gallery! On webpages of the National Museum you can explore 44000 works and create your collections of favorite items to share with others!? How cool is that?
6. Make your home koselig!
The concept of kose is difficult to explain but is deeply rooted in the Norwegian way of life. The closest interpretation would imply enjoying a nice, cozy atmosphere. Norwegian way of coziness includes fireplaces or candle lights, blankets, tea or coffee, a good book, and the overall feeling of calmness. So, light some candles and find a place in your home to relax - at least for a bit!
7. Watch Ibsen’s Peer Gynt from your living room
Two years ago, famous Norwegian theatre director Erik Ulfsby came to Zagreb. His task was to direct an Ibsen's play "Peer Gynt" with Croatian actors and to put the play on stage in Zagreb. The project was part of the collaboration between the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb and Det Norske Theatre from Oslo.
Thanks to the initiative by Croatian National Theatre, now you can watch the play for free - from your living room! Follow the link and find out why Alma Prica earned the best actress award!
8. Learn about Norwegian Design
There is more to Norwegian design than wood, steel, and glass - it also reflects the Norwegian spirit by portraying Norwegian society and culture. DOGA webpages explain how this is put in practice!
Visit also the digital exhibition "Norwegian presence". It is usually held in Milan but now you can check it out digitally for free!
9. Re-live our sport encounters
Like in Croatia, sports are big in Norway, and handball seems to enjoy equal popularity in both countries. So, fill your home with sport spirit and re-live the latest sport encounters between Norway and Croatia!
We do not have to go far back into history. Just jump back to January this year when our handball teams met in the semifinals of the World Men's Handball Championship. Enjoy!
10. Learn Norwegian online
It has never been easier to learn Norwegian! There are numerous free options on the internet. If you spend time on mobile, download one of the mobile apps like Duolingo, and start learning! For those interested in a more traditional approach learn by following free online lessons by NTNU.
Bonus tip: Recommend our Facebook page to others!
Share the Norwegian spirit further! Invite your friends to follow our Facebook page and join our growing community. We share a bunch of interesting information about Norway and rely strongly on interaction and conversation with our followers. Consider also that we frequently organize fun giveaways!