Nordic Knowledge

Travel and culture in Northern Europe

About

IMG_3888 (2)Since I started travelling I’ve had a special spot for Scandinavia and other Nordic countries. Not just because they’re nice places to visit, but because so many of my other interests (in music, art and language) are heavily connected to those places. It wasn’t until I started experimenting with blogging however that I realised just how much my interests are connected to this part of the world. So while trying to find a common theme and being a northerner (of both England and Germany), a ‘Nordic’ theme seemed to make sense.

That is basically how the idea for Nordic Knowledge came about – a travel and culture blog dedicated to everything and anything Nordic related. A place to share my travel experiences alongside other fun (and hopefully humorous) articles relating to Scandinavian and other Northern European cultures. Whether it be an artist I love, my journey learning Norwegian, or something interesting I read about and subsequently (nerd-ly) researched, I’ll post it here.

Besides using this as a writing outlet, Nordic Knowledge is also about sharing insights, travel tips and helping promote local cultures and artists to an international audience. So if you would like to contribute or collaborate, contact me!

Thanks for visiting!

Jenni

 

 

Note – all words and opinions expressed on the site are my own (or those of the given authors). All information reported is as accurate and true to my knowledge as possible as of the time of publishing. Don’t get upset with me if it’s changed, this is just a little unknown blog, y’know? I’m not out to be misrepresent anything or slander anyone. I’m nice, even if a little odd sometimes. I try to be humouress when I can.

Unauthorized use and/or duplication of any of the material on the site without express and written permission of the site’s author (me) is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to myself (or the author of the post if it is not me) and Nordic Knowledge, with appropriate and specific direction to the original content. Thank you, kiitos, tusen takk, tack, tak, danke schön. 

 

 

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