A bit OT I guess
Also because I am enjoying my Norwegian memories... (lived in Dovre and Lom) ... as it happens I like Nynorsk, and as far as I know both languages were put together in the 19th C and are related to (i) getting rid of Danish rule and (ii) the difference/opposition between town and country.
I learned to speak it in Dovre and read it from "Dagbladet" (Norwegian daily) and then learned that quite a lot of spoken Norwegian - say: Tarje Vesaas, who wrote Lom-dialekt or thereabouts, naar jeg husker det - is better rendered as it is spoken outside the towns... I like it, though its grammar is pretty wild and irregular compared to the other.
But I am mostly reminiscensing, and clarifying to the extent of my not extensive relevant knowledge.
I wished I lived in Norway though, I can assure you:
"Ja, jeg elsker dette landet!".