Buddhism in Norway

The Vietnamese "Khuông Việt" pagoda at Løvenstad near Oslo, the only of its kind in Norway.


  • Buddhism in Norway
  • BUDDHISTFORBUNDET
  • Buddhism Today - Buddhism in Norway, by Haavard Lorentzen
  1. ^ "Religious Adherents, 2010 - Norway". World Christian Database. Retrieved 28 July 2013. 
  2. ^ Eurobarometer Biotechnology report 2010 p.381
  3. ^ [1]

References

Year Buddhists Percent
1990 3,012 0.07%
2000 7,031 0.16%
2005 9,471 0.20%
2010 13,376 0.27%
County Total population Buddhist population Percent buddhist
Eastern Norway 2,397,359 8,137 0.3%
Western Norway 1,245,439 2,082 0.1%
Trøndelag 417,437 905 0.2%
Southern Norway 275,592 739 0.2%
Northern Norway 463,425 389 0.0%

By region

County Total population Buddhist population Percent buddhist
Oslo 575,475 2,912 0.5%
Akershus 527,625 1,767 0.3%
Østfold 268,584 1,143 0.4%
Hordaland 469,681 952 0.2%
Rogaland 420,574 844 0.2%
Sør-Trøndelag 286,729 801 0.2%
Buskerud 254,634 774 0.3%
Vestfold 229,134 538 0.2%
Vest-Agder 168,233 512 0.3%
Telemark 167,548 379 0.2%
Hedmark 190,071 350 0.1%
Oppland 184,288 274 0.1%
Møre og Romsdal 248,727 246 0.0%
Aust-Agder 107,359 227 0.2%
Troms 155,553 177 0.1%
Nordland 235,380 131 0.0%
Nord-Trøndelag 130,708 104 0.0%
Finnmark 72,492 81 0.1%
Sogn og Fjordane 106,457 40 0.0%

By county

Population

Contents

  • Population 1
    • By county 1.1
    • By region 1.2
  • References 2

[3].Norwegians of the total population) registered Buddhists in Norway. Around 5% of them are ethnic [2] and up to 1%[1]

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