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    Svalbardball is an archipelago located north of Europe within the Arctic Ocean. It is a Norway-icon.png Norwegian dependency.

    It can be found slightly north of Norway-icon.png Norwayball and northwest of Russia-icon.png Russiaball. Svalbard is a really good friend of Jan Mayen-icon.png Jan Mayenball and loves to eat whales. He can also into the Global Svalbard Seed Vault. Russia-icon.png Russiaball has a base on it.


    Priests discovered Svalbard as early as the 12th century. There is a traditional Norse account of the so-called Svalbard realm. This "cool coast" -although this may be called Jan, or part of eastern Greenland.

    Flag Colors

    Color Name RGB CMYK HEX
    Black 0, 0, 0 N/A #000000
    Dull Red 165, 0, 0 N/A #A50000
    White 255, 255, 255 N/A #ffffff

    How to Draw

    Drawing Svalbardball is easy:

    1. Draw a Nordic cross flag with the colors mentioned in Flag Colors

    2. Draw a polar bear in the Northwest division

    3. Draw the eyes and you're finished!

    Please note that the flag is fictional and can be found in Uncyclopedia.


    Kalmar Union-icon.png BLANDA UPP!!! Nordics STRONK! Long Live Kalmar! Kalmar Union-icon.png
    Countries Denmark-icon.png Denmarkball (Faroe-icon.png FaroeballGreenland-icon.png Greenlandball) • Estonia-icon (Nordic).png EstoniaballFinland-icon.png Finlandball (Aland-icon.png Ålandball)• Iceland-icon.png IcelandballNorway-icon.png Norwayball (Svalbard-icon.png Svalbardball) • Sweden-icon.png Swedenball • (Gotland-icon.png Gotlandball Ladonia-icon.pngLadoniaball) • (Orkney-icon.png OrkneyballShetland-icon.png Shetlandball)
    Historic entities Kalmar Union-icon.png Kalmar UnionballSweden-Norway-icon.png Sweden-NorwayballDenmark-icon.png Denmark-Norwayball
    Cannot into Nordic Estonia-icon.png EstoniaballLatvia-icon.png LatviaballLithuania-icon.png Lithuaniaball
    _ There is no evidence that Vikings wore horns on their helmets; this would have been highly impractical in battle. In fact, the image of Vikings wearing horned helmets stems from the scenography of an 1876 production of the Der Ring des Nibelungen opera cycle by Richard Wagner.
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