Combined with that Nordic buzzword “hygge”, the public meetings offer a unique sense of community, which illustrates some of the values that are fundamental in Nordic societies: democracy, freedom of speech, equality, mutual respect, and trust.
What is the Scandinavian culture?
Cooperative, egalitarian and practical—never showy, acquisitive or excessive—culture in the three Scandinavian countries: Sweden, Norway and Denmark (as well as in their Nordic cousins Finland and Iceland) does seem to have achieved a perfect balance of personal comfort, economic strength and societal welfare.
What are Scandinavian traits?
What are the characteristics of Scandinavians? The physical traits of the Nordics were described as light eyes, light skin, tall stature, and dolichocephalic skull; the psychological traits as truthful, equitable, competitive, naive, reserved, and individualistic.
What is the richest Scandinavian country?
Norway is currently the sixth richest country in the world when measured by GDP per capita. Norways GDP per capita is around $69,000, according to IMF estimates. Neighbours and Sweden and Denmark both make the top 20 with GDPs of around $55,000 and $61,000 respectively.