Aurland

Aurland municipality is located in the inner part of Sogn og Fjordane, and is home to 1700 inhabitants divided on the villages Aurlandsvangen, Undredal, Flåm, Gudvangen and Vassbygdi.

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
8 june 2019

Reine, Norway

The breathtaking village of Reine is located on the island of Moskenesøya on northern Norway’s Lofoten archipelago.

With red and white fishermen’s huts dotting the shoreline and surrounding peaks of granite shooting out of the Reinefjorden, the village has earned a reputation as “the most beautiful place in the world.”

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
8 june 2019

Bergen

Based around Norway's Seven Mountains, the seaside city of Bergen has been an important coastal centre of trade, commerce and politics for over a millennium.

Among the hallmarks of its history, Bergen stood as Norway's capital for a while in the 13th century.

Such is the importance of its harbour that UNESCO has protected its Bryggen quays and the city remains to this day a major international hub for shipping, subsea technology and aquaculture.

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
7 june 2019

Preikestolen, Norway

Rated as one of the world’s natural wonders, and the most breathtaking viewing platform, Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) is a must-see attraction for visitors to Norway.

It was not until the athlete Thomas Peter Randulf first noticed Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) that the plateau was given its name and began its journey to fame. While on board the ship Oscar II, Randulf spotted the enormous plateau hanging above Lysefjorden. It was on that boat trip that he decided to conquer the massive flat rock above the fjord, which is how Preikestolen became one of Norway’s most well known tourist attractions.

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
29 may 2019

Norway

Norway is a spectacular land, filled with glaciers, mountains, forests and rivers. Norway is at the top of the world.

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Evelin Tsys
22 may 2019

Grieghallen

Grieg Hall (Norwegian: Grieghallen) is a 1,500 seat concert hall located on Edvard Griegs' square in Bergen, Norway.

Grieghallen was named in honor of Bergen-born composer Edvard Grieg, who served as music director of the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra from 1880 until 1882.

It serves as the home of the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra.

The building was designed in modernist architecture style by the Danish architect Knud Munk. Construction was started in 1967, with completion during May 1978.

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
18 may 2019

Norway

Retro Teaming with national parks and scenic views, Norway is a favorite destination for nature lovers.

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Evelin Tsys
16 may 2019

Svalbard

Svalbard, (Old Norse: “Cold Coast”) archipelago, part of Norway, located in the Arctic Ocean well north of the Arctic Circle.

The archipelago is composed of nine main islands: Spitsbergen (formerly West Spitsbergen), North East Land, Edge Island, Barents Island, Prins Karls Foreland, Kvit Island (Gilles Land), Kong Karls Land (Wiche Islands), Bjørn (Bear) Island, and Hopen.

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Evelin Tsys
14 may 2019

Norway

Norway was originally called “Nordweg” meaning the “Northern Way.”

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Evelin Tsys
10 may 2019

Norway

Norway is a Scandinavian country marked by mountains and glaciers. It’s known for historic Viking ships, colorful homes, fishing, skiing, and hiking.

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
6 may 2019

Preikestolen

Preikestolen is one of Rogaland county’s most visited attractions, and one of the country’s most spectacular photo subjects.

Preikestolen has been named one of the world’s most spectacular viewing points by both CNN Go and Lonely Planet. It rises 604 metres above the Lysefjord.

Evelin Tsys
Evelin Tsys
5 may 2019