Cartoon from russelsteapot.com I have not checked that the numbers are correct, but it really can’t be too far off.

How fitting then that there is a place in Norway called Hell! Mind you, the name doesn’t mean “Hell” – it’s just written and pronounced like the English “hell”. We do however have a couple places in Norway named Helvete – and they actually translate as “hell”.

Hell map
Screenshot from Google Maps. Go ahead, put Hell, Norway in Maps and hit search!

But let’s concentrate on Hell (that does not mean “hell”), as it is the most civilized one. Should you decide to go to Hell, you can fly directly there, as Trondheim Lufthavn is only a couple minutes away, and should you want to spend any time in Hell, then you can comfortably spend your nights at Scandic Hell Hotel. As mentioned in the cartoon above, they do indeed speak Norwegian in Hell. They also have a good command of English in Hell, and if you are lucky you can find someone with a fair command of German, French or Spanish as well. In other words – do not let any language barrier stop you from going to Hell.

Welcome to Hell!

Picture from Hell’s train station, cargo expedition. I will, for obvious reasons, not translate the sign.


Do not think for a minute, or a second even, that living in Hell will cast a shadow on your beauty! Here is a prime example of the beautiful women in Hell, Miss Universe 1990:

I think we can safely draw the conclution that The Story Behind a Door in Hell, is not necessarily an ugly one 🙂

7 thoughts on “Go to Hell!

  1. I have always been fascinated by Norway since my teenage and I would actually love to stay there for some time if it happens.

    I would love to visit to Hell too. The post is wonderful.

    Thanks, Olive 🙂

    Love and light ❤

    Anand 🙂

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  2. Excelent, I get my pizza from hell. Here in NZ we have a pizza shop called hell’s pizza. Maybe there are other places around the world with a hell based offering. lol would make a good series.

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