Norway is known for Vikings, fjords, and long winters, but also for its beautiful dances, which often involve a lot of twirling.
I don’t know the name of this dance, but the children are performing at the Oslo Museum in a celebration on St. Han’s Day:
Hallingdans (highlights the male’s skills and is sometimes danced as a male solo):
Hans og Hånån:
Reinlender (the Norwegian equivalent of a Schottische):
Sandsvaerril (adorable; a lot of flirting potential in this dance):
Wengurka (the translation is “the Hungarian,” but the dance probably originated in Poland; this is the Norwegian version):