July 2018

27
Jul

The Midnight Sun in Norway

Norway is a small paradise where unspoilt nature still manages to enchant the most travelled tourist. There are so many reasons to visit this magical land: some people even prefer to experience the cold temperatures of the north. If, instead, the thrill of seeing the midnight sun in Norway interests you more, we’ll show you where and when to grab

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20
Jul

Cute, gentle animals prohibited on Svalbard: cats

In a wild land like the Svalbard Islands, everything that is ordinary becomes magically extraordinary. The flora and fauna of this territory, situated just below the Arctic circle, is, to say the least, surprising. But which cute animals often leave their prints on the snow that accumulates along the roads? And which animals instead are prohibited? Norwegian fauna in no

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13
Jul

The Svalbard Islands and respect for the environment

On the Svalbard Islands respect for the environment is a serious matter. In this isolated corner of Earth, the future is being protected, battling for all humanity. The effects of climate change and the protection of animals Over the past twenty years, the Arctic region has slowly undergone changes that are today causing devastating effects: we see this in the

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6
Jul

About the Barnacle goose

The name “Svalbard Islands” derives etymologically from ancient Norwegian and literally means “cold coasts”. It is no coincidence that nature has had to adapt to the freezing temperatures in a surprising way. Considering that only 10% of the land is covered by vegetation, such as tundra, mosses and lichens, with the remaining percentage being ice and mountains, which animals would

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