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. The encyclopædia of geography: comprising a complete description of the earth, physical, statistical, civil, and political. and singularly celebrated in Swedish story and tradition,mighty Ilaco, the noble and wise Olaf Tryggvason. The Hook I. SWEDEN AND NORWAY. 493 held forth as representing under the happiest light, the genuine Norwegian character; ilswarmth of Icindness, and generous hospitality. Dr. Clarke praises chiefly its truly Norwe-gian simplicity; but Von Buch considers it as marked by more refined taste, more gracefuland attractive manners, than the society of Christiania. In no d

. The encyclopædia of geography: comprising a complete description of the earth, physical, statistical, civil, and political. and singularly celebrated in Swedish story and tradition,mighty Ilaco, the noble and wise Olaf Tryggvason. The Hook I. SWEDEN AND NORWAY. 493 held forth as representing under the happiest light, the genuine Norwegian character; ilswarmth of Icindness, and generous hospitality. Dr. Clarke praises chiefly its truly Norwe-gian simplicity; but Von Buch considers it as marked by more refined taste, more gracefuland attractive manners, than the society of Christiania. In no d Stock Photo
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. The encyclopædia of geography: comprising a complete description of the earth, physical, statistical, civil, and political. and singularly celebrated in Swedish story and tradition,mighty Ilaco, the noble and wise Olaf Tryggvason. The Hook I. SWEDEN AND NORWAY. 493 held forth as representing under the happiest light, the genuine Norwegian character; ilswarmth of Icindness, and generous hospitality. Dr. Clarke praises chiefly its truly Norwe-gian simplicity; but Von Buch considers it as marked by more refined taste, more gracefuland attractive manners, than the society of Christiania. In no district of Norway is theresaid to be such a feeling of patriotism and public spirit. Drontlieim is built wholly of wood,and has in consequence been seven times burnt to the ground; yet the houses are handsome,and ornamented with taste. There is a spacious palace, built wholly of this material, andpartaking its imperfection. Drontheim also contains the remains of a cathedral, the largestedifice in the country, and to which the whole population of the North came once in pil-grimage. The environs are very beautiful, with n

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