Norvègia


Norvègia
Nourvejo f. Norvège

Diccionari Personau e Evolutiu. 2015.

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  • Norvegia — (Latin for Norway) is a registered trademark of the Norwegian dairy company Tine. Norvegia is used as a cheese brand and is the biggest selling cheese in Norway as of 2007. Norvegia is a kind of Gouda, while its recipe details remain a trade… …   Wikipedia

  • Norvegia — er latin for Norge …   Danske encyklopædi

  • Norvegia — (Italian Norway); (Latin Norway) appears on early maps of the east coast of North America over an area extending from the Bay of Fundy to Florida and known for its Norse viking explorations and settlements in pre Columbian times; sometimes… …   Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

  • Norvegia Rock — (54°24′S 3°25′E / 54.4°S 3.417°E / 54.4; 3.417) is a submerged rock with less than 2 m of water over it, lying off the north coast of Bouvetøya, approximately 0.5 nautical miles (0.9 km) east nor …   Wikipedia

  • Norvegia Bay — (68°45′S 90°42′W / 68.75°S 90.7°W / 68.75; 90.7) is a cove at the north side of Cape Ingrid on the west side of Peter I Island. Named after the Norvegia, the No …   Wikipedia

  • Norvegia Point — (54°27′S 3°21′E / 54.45°S 3.35°E / 54.45; 3.35) is a point 2 nautical miles (3.7 km) south of Cape Circoncision on the west side of Bouvetøya. First roughly charted from the …   Wikipedia

  • Norvegia-Kap — 71.333333333333 12.3 Koordinaten: 71° 20′ 0″ S, 12° 18′ 0″ W …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Mount Norvegia — (67°51′S 48°8′E / 67.85°S 48.133°E / 67.85; 48.133) is a large ice covered mountain, 1,340 m, standing 6 nautical miles (11 km) north of Mount Christensen …   Wikipedia

  • Cape Norvegia — (coord|71|20|S|12|18|W|) is a prominent cape on the coast of Queen Maud Land which marks the northeast extremity of Riiser Larsen Ice Shelf. It was discovered by Commander Hjalmar Riiser Larsen in February 1930 while on an airplane flight from… …   Wikipedia


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