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Olaf I

(ˈəʊləf) or

Olav I

n
(Biography) known as Olaf Tryggvesson. ?965–?1000 ad, king of Norway (995–?1000). He began the conversion of Norway to Christianity
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At the heart of the story is the fact that Olav is basically a sweet-natured individual, not the hardened sociopath one might expect of someone in his line of work.
Visitor favourite Nils Olav is an honorary member of the Norwegian King's Guard, which promoted him from Colonelin-Chief during a ceremony at the animal attraction.
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