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"Karasjok" Top 5 Page for this destination Norway Things to Do Tip by Cristian_Uluru

Norway Things to Do: 770 reviews and 1,348 photos

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The town of Karasjok is located on the north of Norway, on the border with Finland.
Karasjok has recorded the coldest temperature ever in Norway: -51.4C on January 1., 1886. The warmest temperature ever recorded in the summer is 32.4°C.
The town is the Norway capital of the Sami people, infact 80% of the population is Sami speaking. Here is the seat of the Samediggi, the Sami parliament in Norway, as well as of the Sami broadcasting, and several Sami institutions, public and private.
In the town you can visit the Sami parliament, Samediggi, the Sami museum and the church, dating from 1807.

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  • Written Jul 26, 2006
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