The main attractions of Norway
• The main attractions of Norway
The land of fjords, ice caps and polar auroras, Norway, will appeal to all who want to relax in a herculean. Cold, impenetrable forests, the harsh northern climate - no wonder it was here that the legend of the Vikings and Valkyries.
Echoes of the country's rich history are scattered throughout its territory, but the main attraction of Norway - is its nature. Local fjords are among the most beautiful places on the planet - the silent expanse of water, exactly in exactly mirrors, rocks, height and shape of which are breathtaking, waterfalls, lighthouses - some natural wonders are replaced by others, and we just have to open your mouth with delight and surprise. Here, moreover, it is often possible to observe the stunning phenomenon - the aurora borealis. And, of course, tiny Norwegian village that are spread throughout the country, with red, like dollhouses and grazing deer.
In general, be warned - if you are thinking in Norway, do not forget the camera, it is useful to you.
Troll Language - stone ledge on Mount Skeggedal towering over the lake Ringedalsvatn at an altitude of 350 meters.
The White Nights on the Lofoten Islands in the Norwegian Sea.
North siyanenie in the sky above Hammerfest.
The Atlantic road.
Waterfall "Seven Sisters", Romsdal county.
The Norwegian national costume.
Storseisundet Bridge - the bridge connecting the mainland and the island of Avery in the county of Møre og Romsdal.
The city of Alesund on the west coast of Norway.
Trollstigen - National Tourist Road, which stretches among the mountains in the Norwegian Vestlann region.
Kjerag - a large stone in the form of a pea, stuck between two rocks Norway.
A giant rock Pulpit Rock over the Lysefjord.
A view of the city of Tromsø.
Pier on the Lofoten Islands.
Stone Kanneshtaynen time.
National Park Innerdal.
Frozen lake in the Lofoten islands and waterfall.
in the Norwegian Arctic Cathedral Tromso.
The Sleeping Dragon - Veroy island.