Forshlandic people



Group of forshlandic people.jpg

Total Population
-Population in Forshland
-Population in Norway
-Population Elsewhere
Forshlandic, Norwegian.
Related languages include Icelandic, Faroese, Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, and to a lesser extent, all Germanic languages.
Mainly Lutheran

Historically: Norse Paganism (-1000)

and Catholic Christianity (~1000 - ~1580)
Related Ethnic Groups
Icelanders, Faroese, Norwegians, Danes, Germans, Swedes, Shetlanders, Orcadians, Irish, Scottish, and Other Germanic or Celtic ethnic groups

Forshlandic People or Forshlanders (Førslandingar) are a Germanic ethnic group native to the island of

Forshlandic singer Katlinn Nólsí

Forshland. Forshlanders are of Norse origins. About 30,000 Forshlandic People live in neighbouring countries, particularly Norway and Iceland. Forshlandic people have their origins in the Norse Vikings that settled the island around 935 A.D. Common characteristics to see in Forshlandic people is blonde or brown hair, and blue eyes. Many ethnic Forshlanders are from the island of Forshland and therefore speak Forshlandic and many times Norwegian. Other Forshlanders may be ethnic Forshlanders but not from Forshland, instead places like The United States or Iceland.

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