Kongeriket Norvegia
Kingdom of Norvegia
Flag of Norvegia Norvegia coat of arms
Flag Coat of arms
Motto: Evig tro til Norvegia
("Eternal faith to Norvegia")
Anthem: Hymne til Norvegia
Capital Fredrikshavn
Largest city Fredrikshavn
Official language(s) Norwegian and Swedish
Demonym Norvegian
Prime Minister
Constitutional monarchy
Albert II of Norvegia
Jan Johansen (RPN)
From Norway and Sweden

October 1, 18901
Area ca. 5000 km2
 • 2008 est.
 • census
ca. 650 000 (162th)
 • Total
 • Per capita
2008 estimate
ca. 64,4 million (NRK)
200,084 (NRK)
GDP (nominal)
 • Total
 • Per capita
2008 estimate
ca. 64,4 million (NRK)
200,084 (NRK)
Gini 25.8
HDI (2007) 0.968 (2nd) – high
Currency Norvegian krone (NRK)
Time zone GMT +1
Internet TLD .nr
Calling code +42
1 As of the Treaty of Fredrikshavn (1889)

Norvegia is a small kingdom in Northern Europe, located where Østfold County (Norway) and bordering parts of Sweden were located before the Treaty of Fredrikshavn was signed in 1889.

Economy Edit

The Norvegians (not to be confused with Norwegians, inhabitants of Norway) have built a massive welfare society, where everybody gets free education and healthcare, everything built upon trade with the neightbouring countries. As the area doesn't occupy any oil or gas resources, the Norvegians have financed their welfare with tax free trade, as Norwegians and Swedes comes to Norvegia to buy cheap products in groceries near the border. The government of Norvegia has also set low vagues for foreign (and domestic) corporations to etablish, so many of the corporations found in larger cities are well-known Scandinavian companies, attracted by the low taxes. The largest traditional sector within Norvegian economics is agriculture.

Administrative divisions Edit

Norvegia is divided into several municipalities (kommuner, the word itself comes from the Latin word commune = mutual/common), and much power is given to those. Only some few of them have further subdivisions, often because of large differences between certain parts of a municipality, for instance the island of Vågøy (part of Fredrikshavn municipality), where the islanders refused to merge with the rest of the metropolian area if they didn't get any special influence on their island. To meet this demand, the politicians in Fredrikshavn let Vågøy be an independent (civil) parish (sogn). That mean that the islanders takes part in the same local elections as the rest of the area, but they also elect an own representative to the central City Council in Fredrikshavn, so they are (in fact) guaranteed that they have at least one representative from the island. This is also found in some few other municipalities too, but is quite rare.

Uncomplete list

Language Edit

The most used language of Norvegia is Norwegian, followed by Swedish in certain border areas.

Other countries Edit

The Norvegians themselves call their country Norvegia. Names of other countries:

  • Sweden – Sverige
  • Denmark – Danmark
  • Great Britain – Storbritannia
  • Germany – Tyskland
  • Russia – Russland


Other COFR nations are called what they are called in English.