Norway

Populated Place, Orange Free State

South Africa

Norway

Norway is a populated place located in the Orange Free State province of South Africa. It is situated in the eastern part of the province, approximately 40 kilometers south-east of the city of Bloemfontein. Norway is a small settlement with a population of around 200 people.

The area around Norway is predominantly rural, with farms and smallholdings scattered throughout the landscape. The town itself consists of a few streets lined with modest houses and a handful of small businesses. There is a small school in Norway, catering for children from the surrounding farms and settlements.

Norway is situated in a semi-arid region, with hot summers and cold winters. The area is prone to drought, and agriculture is dependent on irrigation. The primary crops grown in the area are maize, wheat, and sunflowers. Livestock farming is also an important activity, with cattle and sheep being the most common animals.

Despite its small size, Norway has a strong community spirit, with residents working together to improve the town and support each other. The town has a small church, and community events such as fairs and festivals are held throughout the year. Overall, Norway is a peaceful and friendly place, with a strong connection to the land and a simple way of life.

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Norway is a populated place in Orange Free State, South Africa. It has an elevation of 1361 meters above sea level. Information correct as at Thursday 12th July 2012.

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