Ålesund

Ålesund

Located in the Møre and Romsdal county, Ålesund is considered to be one of the most picturesque towns of Western Norway. 

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Åndalsnes

Åndalsnes

Åndalsnes is the administrative center of Rauma Municipality and has become famous for its beautiful fjord landscapes.   

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Bergen

Bergen

Bergen is one of the bigger cites on the southwestern coast of Norway. It is known as the Gateway to the Fjords, as the city is often the departure point to popular scenic fjords, such as Sognefjorden and it's two branching fjords, Aurlandsfjord and Nærøyfjord.  The cities iconic old wharf, Bryggen, gives the city its distinct character along with the Fløyen mountain which Bergen is nested under.   

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Bjørnøya

Bjørnøya

Bjørnøya is the southernmost island in the Svalbard archipelago and is located approximately half way between Spitsbergen and North Cape in the Barents Sea. Besides the personnel working on the islands meteorological station, the island is not inhabited. 

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Breidtinden

Breidtinden

Breidetinden is the highest mountain on the island of Senja in Troms county. 

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Buskerud

Buskerud

Buskerud is Norway's 6th most populated county and borders to Akershus, Oslo, Oppland, Sogn og Fjordane, Hordaland, Telemark and Vestfold.The largest town in the county is Drammen.

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Finnmark

Finnmark

Finnmark is a county in Northeastern Norway which borders to Troms in the west, Finland in the south and Russia to the easy. 

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Fjordgård

Fjordgård

Fjordgård is a small fishing village located in Troms County on the Senja Island. 

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Flakstad

Flakstad

Flakstad is a municipality in Nordland county in northern Norway. It's become a popular destination in Norway and popular villages include Ramberg, Fredvang and Vareid.

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Flåm

Flåm

The village Flåm sits at the bottom of Aurlandsfjord, a scenic fjord that branches out of the great Sognefjord. 

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Fredvang

Fredvang

Fredvang is a village on the Lofoten Islands. The village is fairly isolated and the iconic Fredvang bridges are its only connections.

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Geirangerfjord

Geirangerfjord

Geirangerfjorden is one of Norway's most famous fjords. Watch large cruise ships make their way through the narrow fjord surrounded by enormous cliffs. 

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Gudbrandsjuvet

Gudbrandsjuvet

Gudbrandsjuvet is a 5m narrow and 20-25m deep ravine in the west fjords. 

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Gudvangen

Gudvangen

Gudvangen is a small village located at the end of Nærøyfjord. Gudvangen was originally a Viking settlement and an important trading post during the Viking era. Today, Gudvangen is an attractive tourist destination due to the Njardarheimr Viking Village. 

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Gygrestolen

Gygrestolen

Gygrestolen is a unique rock formation outside of Bø in Telemark. History sais that Gygra (a mythological creature) used to live there and would through rocks every time she was angry, hence the big rock slides and two picturesque cliffs standing away from the summit. 

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Hamnøy

Hamnøy

Hamnøy is a small fishing village on the Lofoten Islands and has become one of the islands' most photographed places with it's dramatic backdrop.

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Haukland Beach

Haukland Beach

It's not uncommon that Norway is mentioned in lists mentioning the most beautiful locations, places to live or places to visit. A location that repeatedly has been mentioned as Norway's most beautiful beach is the picturesque Haukland Beach on the Lofoten Archipelago.  Even though Lofoten is packed with spectacular beaches, Haukland Beach is one of those who keeps beeing mentioned all over. It's not without a reason, though. The beach is known for its white sand beach and cryst

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Henningsvær

Henningsvær

Henningsvær is a traditional village located on the picturesque Lofoten Islands. The village is known for its colorful streets and old, traditional fishermen's houses (rorbuer).

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Jotunheimen National Park

Jotunheimen National Park

Jotunheimen National Park is the home to Norway's 29 largest mountains. The National Park is a 3,500km2 mountainous area and a popular destination for hikers and outdoors enthusiasts from all over. 

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Kabelvåg

Kabelvåg

Kabelvåg is a traditional village located on the Lofoten Islands, known for preserving the traditional buildings surrounded by majestic landscapes.

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Lofoten

Lofoten

Lofoten is an iconic archipelago in northern Norway. It's known for its dramatic mountains and peaks, picture perfect villages, open sea, beaches and overall impressive landscapes. 

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Mølen

Mølen

Not far out of Larvik, you'll find Norway's largest rolling stone beach: Mølen. This is the perfect place to spend the sunset. The popular hiking path "Kyststien" also passes by Mølen.

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Nusfjord

Nusfjord

Nusfjord is one of Norway's oldest and best-preserved fishing villages and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage. 

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Oslo

Oslo

Oslo is the Capital of Norway. It lies at the bottom Oslofjord. The city is also the cultural centre of Norway, housing the Munk Museum, Vigeland Sculpture Park, the National Museum and the iconic Oslo Opera House.  The city was founded in 1070 and became the capital of Norway around the year 1300. Oslo has a population of close to seven hundred thousand inhabitants and covers an area of about 500 square kilometres.  The main neighbourhoods in Oslo are Old Oslo, Frogner, Gr&uu

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Oslo City Hall

Oslo City Hall

Oslo City Hall (Rådhuset) is the home of Oslo's city council and city administration as well as art studios and galleries. The official inauguration was in 1950 but the construction began almost 20 years prior but has temporarily stopped due to World War II.

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Oslo Opera House

Oslo Opera House

On April 12, 2008, the Oslo Opera house opened its doors to visitors. Contrary to the conventional results of undertakings of this nature, the Opera House was finished ahead of schedule and under budget.  The designers of the building, architects representing the local firm Snøhetta, drew inspiration for the Norwegian popular custom of hiking up their local mountains. So, they designed the Opera House, in a way that visitors would be able to walk up its roof and adm

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Oslofjord

Oslofjord

Oslofjord is a fjord on the south-east coast of Norway. Oslofjord has Norway’s highest all year temperature (7.5 degrees Celsius) and houses the countries capital city, Oslo. Spread throughout the fjord are summerhouses and lodges.   

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Parliament of Norway

Parliament of Norway

The Parliament of Norway (Stortinget) is the supreme legislature of Norway. It was established in 1814 by the Constitution of Norway and is located in Oslo.   

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Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock)

Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock)

Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) is the most famous tourist attraction in Ryfylke. The cliff stands 604 meters above the picturesque Lysefjord. The plateau is about 25x25 meters and the surface is flat. The view from Preikestolen is well worth the two-hour hike up. 

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Raftsundet

Raftsundet

Raftsundet is a 25-kilometer long strait in the municipalities of Hadsel and Vågan in Northern Norway, running between the Hinnøya and Austvågøya islands. 

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Reine

Reine

Reine is a small fishing village located on the Lofoten Islands in Northern Norway. The small village has quickly become one of the most visited villages on Lofoten Islands and is how the rest of the world imagines Norway. With dramatic mountains and stunning scenery it's become an iconic village.

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Reinebringen

Reinebringen

Reinebringen is by far Lofoten's most known summit. It might not be the highest peak in the area (standing at 448 meters) but it's become a landmark and a popular destination for visitors from all over the world. The peak offers a mesmerizing view of Reine and the surrounding mountains. 

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Segla

Segla

Segla is a stunning mountain with a 639-meter vertical cliff located on the Island of Senja in Northern Norway. The view from the top is nothing but spectacular and shows a unique perspective of Mefjorden and Øyfjorden, and you can look straight down to the nearby village Fjordgård.

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Skagsanden

Skagsanden

Skagsanden has become an iconic beach on the Lofoten islands. The beach is known for its unique patterns from the rivers running into the ocean and the black sand which mixes with the white sand. It's also become a particularly popular location to search for the Northern Lights. 

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Sognefjord

Sognefjord

Wikimedia. Creative Commons. Credit: Worldtraveller Sognefjord is Norway's largest and deepest fjord, stretching 205 kilometres (127 mi) inland from its mouth. Hence the nickname, the King of Fjords.

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Stalheimskleiva

Stalheimskleiva

The Stalheimskleiva road is recognized to be the steepest road in Europe. At it's steepest, it reached a gradient of 20%. The 1.5-kilometre long road is known for its 13 hairpin bends and view of two scenic waterfalls, Stalheim (126 m) and the Sivle (142 m).

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Svartisen

Svartisen

Svartisen is Norway's second largest glacier. Being only 20 meters above sea level at its lowest point, it's fairly accessible. Hiking from the parking lot and onto the glacier takes only one hour.

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Svolvær

Svolvær

Svolvær is a popular village located on the Lofoten Islands. It's the administrative center of Vågan Municipality in Nordland County and is known for being surrounded by staggering mountains and a beautiful, but rough, sea.

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Trollfjorden

Trollfjorden

Trollfjorden is a 2 kilometer long sidearm of the Raftsund strait. It's become a popular tourist destination with its narrow entrance and the steep mountains surrounding it. Cruises and ferries pass through the fjord and from one of these boats you are able to get a unique perspective of the area. 

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Trollstigen

Trollstigen

Trollstigen is an iconic road with 11 hairpin turns located outside of Åndalsnes. After driving the 11 hairpin turns you can stop by the visitor center and enjoy the mesmerizing view of the road and valley beyond.  

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Trollveggen

Trollveggen

Trollveggen / Troll Wall is Europe's highest vertical cliff and is located right outside of Åndalsnes in Rauma. 

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Ulla Fyr

Ulla Fyr

Ulla Fyr is a lighthouse just off the north end of the island of Haramsøya in Møre og Romsdal county. The original lighthouse was built in 1873 but has been reinforced and rebuilt since then. In October 1944 the lighthouse was bombed by allied airforce and it wasn't rebuilt until 1950.

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Unstad Beach

Unstad Beach

The Unstad Beach has become the surfer's paradise in Norway but is also a beloved beach amongst those who prefer to remain dry on land.

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Uttakleiv

Uttakleiv

Uttakleiv is one of Lofoten's most photographed beaches. The beach has become an iconic spot and is also a popular place to look for the northern lights.

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Vesterålen

Vesterålen

Vesterålen is the northern most part of Nordland county in Northern Norway. The archipelago is located north of the Lofoten Islands and west of Harstad. 

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Vigeland Sculpture Park

Vigeland Sculpture Park

The famous Sculpture Park of Gustav Vigeland is one of Oslo's most popular attractions. 

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Vindhellavegen

Vindhellavegen

Vindhellavegen is an old and traditional road that was built in 1842-43. The 2.7 km long road has recently been named Norway's most beautiful road. Even though it's not possible to drive there anymore it's become an increasingly popular walk.

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Volda

Volda

Volda is a municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, known for its picturesque fjords. It's become a popular destination for hikers and outdoors enthusiasts.

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Voss

Voss

Voss is a municipality in southwest Norway. Surrounded by mountains, forests and fast flowing rivers, Voss is a popular destination for nature and activity tourists, for activities ranging from winter sports, water sports and hiking. 

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Vøringfossen

Vøringfossen

With a total fall of 182 meters, Vøringsfossen is Norway's 83rd highest waterfall on the basis of total fall. It consists of two drops whereof the largest is impressively 163-meter vertical. This is perhaps Norway's most famous waterfall.

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Øvre Bakklandet

Øvre Bakklandet

Øvre Bakklandet is a part of Trondheim's historical part of town. It's known for its charming and well-maintained traditional streets, colorful houses and the iconic Gamle Bybro (Old City Bridge)

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