It was quite the party for our colleagues in Norway who celebrated their Constitution Day on the 17th of May.
Norway's National Day, also known as 'Syttende Mai', is a significant day in the country's history. It commemorates Norway's independence from Denmark, which took place on this day in 1814. Since then, it has become a national holiday that brings people together to celebrate their culture, history, and traditions.
On this day, Norwegians dress up in their traditional attire, known as 'bunad', and participate in parades and festivities that take place throughout the country.
The day begins with the raising of the Norwegian flag and the singing of the national anthem. This is followed by a parade where schoolchildren, marching bands, and other groups proudly display their national pride
The Mintra team shared food with friends and colleagues, enjoyed parades, marching bands, whilst donning traditional costumes in many styles. We are delighted to be able to join them in their celebrations through the pictures shared by our Chief Technology Officer Siren Berge, Account Manager Silje Opsal and Product Consultant, Mariann Aase shared with us.
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