Information about 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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Attractions nearby Bjørnøya

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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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 b...

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Godøy

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Volda

Volda is a municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, known for its picturesque fjords. It's become a popular de...

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Gudbrandsjuvet

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

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Geirangerfjord

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

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Åndalsnes

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

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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...

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Trollveggen

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

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Møre og Romsdal

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Sognefjord

Wikimedia. Creative Commons. Credit: Worldtraveller Sognefjord is Norway's largest and deepest fjord, stretching 205 kilometres (127 mi...

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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 d...

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Nærøyfjord

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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...

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Gudvangen

Gudvangen is a small village located at the end of Nærøyfjord. Gudvangen was originally a Viking settlement and an important trading...

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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 l...

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Flåm

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

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Voss

Voss is a municipality in southwest Norway. Surrounded by mountains, forests and fast flowing rivers, Voss is a popular destination for nature an...

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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, ...

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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 wher...

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