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Norway, Iceland and the fjords cruises that dot their coasts are truly magical. Geologically, a fjord is a long, narrow inlet with steep sides or cliffs,

The beauty of Norwegian nature attracts many visitors seeking majestic views, clean air, tranquillity or an adrenaline rush. After my first travel to Norway, I fell in love with this charming country and I decided to put together some information.

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coiour-my-world: “ The naeroyfjord is a fjord located in the territory of the municipality of Aurland in Sogn og Fjordane, Norway.

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Fjords are practically synonymous with Norway: These narrow inlets of sea, bookended by craggy cliffs or steep walls of rock, make for many a dramatic and awe-inspiring backdrop. Western Norway is home to some of the most famous fjord landscapes. Case in point: the Sognefjord. At 204 kilometers long and 1,038 kilometers deep, the Sognefjord, aptly dubbed �the king of all fjords,� is the longest and deepest in all of Norway. �Oneika RaymondRead more: How to See Spectacular Views of Norwegian…

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