Now training in Terningmoen Camp in Elverum, Norway, the Jegertroppen or “hunter troops” are actually the first of their kind in the world. The unit was started after Norway's Armed Forces' Special Command saw an increased need for female special operations soldiers – particularly in places like Afghanistan where male troops were forbidden from communicating with women.
Its owners call it an “elite cottage”, but from outside it looks more like a five-floor mix of a medieval castle and a gas station. Inside it seems like every detail of the interior was designed by a different person – so many different styles and approaches were used here. You can find everything here, ranging from Chinese lamps, Greek floor, Gypsy pillows and dozens of different types of wallpapers to brick walls, cheap furniture and baroque mirrors. Well, never mind it being awfully flashy – at least there is a lot of variety there.