Belugas are gregarious and form groups of up to 10 animals on average, although during the summer, they can gather in the hundreds or even thousands in estuaries and shallow coastal areas.They are slow swimmers, but can dive to 700 m (2,300 ft) below the surface.Let’s have a look at some cheap flights to Oslo as well as the great alternative of traveling to Oslo.Oslo has three airports and it is very important you check which one you arrive to/ depart from as you can end up far away from the city.While the rest of the country is rather homogeneous in terms of people and culture, Oslo is culturally and ethnically mixed and thus has more kebab shops than those selling traditional Norwegian food.The stereotype of blonde & teutonic Norwegians is by far not just a stereotype, but don’t expect everyone to be blonde in Oslo. A 20 minute metro ride will take you to great places for hiking or skiing.Oslo is different from the rest of Norway, simply because it’s the country’s only major city (pop.500.000, almost 1 million if you include the suburbs).
The unique stamp is expected to fetch 20 million USD when auctioned in New York, USA on June 17, 2014."It's a stamp the world of collectors has been dying to see for a long time."An 1855 Swedish stamp, which sold for .3 million in 1996, previously held the auction record for a single stamp.David Beech, longtime curator of stamps at the British Library who retired last year, has compared it to buying the "Mona Lisa" of the world's most prized stamps. du Pont, an heir to the du Pont chemical fortune who was convicted of fatally shooting a 1984 Olympic champion wrestler.Norsemen settled the uninhabited southern part of Greenland beginning in the 10th century, and Inuit peoples arrived in the 13th century.The Norse colonies disappeared in the late 15th century.