In my opinion, Norway is the second most beautiful country on Earth. (Second to New Zealand). The beauty is sometimes beyond words so I'll let pictures do the talking. If you need reasons why Norway should be on your bucket list here they are:
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The most spectacular landscapes of Norway are the fjords - long narrow sea inlets often very deep with steep sided mountainous cliffs.
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Bergen is a gorgeously quaint and charming seaside town.
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One of the most spectacular roads in the world.
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The Troll's Tongue is a piece of rock jutting horizontally out of a mountain about 700 meters above the north side of the lake Ringedalsvatnet in the municipality of Odda in Hordaland county.
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Norwegian churches are examples of amazing architecture.
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And if unusual churches aren't your thing, maybe unusual lighthouses are.
The falls plunge into the gorge of Eidfjord.
Northern Norway is one of the most incredible areas to see the Aurora Borealis.
Let out your breath when you're ready and it will sparkle in the frost.
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That's got to be on every skier's bucket list.
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Norway isn't just stunning in winter. It's pretty fabulous in summer too.
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As pretty as a picture.
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"Høyvika", Andøy in northern Norway. A fantastic and abandoned place where fishermen and farmers lived for centuries up to the 1800s.
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Norway's waterfalls are at their most amazing when swollen with the spring melt waters.
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There's no need for photographs of Norway to be photoshopped. The landscape is living art.
You'll find lots of things named after trolls in Norway. They are a big part of the folkloric culture.
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One of the most stunning destinations on the planet.
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It seems logical that Norway has ice hotels.
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With the Innerdal tower in the background this looks incredibly Norse - don't you think?
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The "swords in rock" commemorate the Battle of Hafrsfjord of 872, when King Harald Fairhair gathered all of Norway under one crown.
Standing on this rock must be incredible. Dare you?
Another great way to experience some amazing views of the Norwegian countryside.
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Bridal Veil Falls: Geiranger Fjord is surrounded by the steepest mountains on the entire west coast of Norway.
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If you're going to get closer to God, do it somewhere heavenly like this.
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Do you dream of living in or visiting a place like his?
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One of the popular attractions of Norway's capital.
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Not a place to visit if you have vertigo.
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Imagine waking up to that view ... every day.
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All capital cities are packed with attractions. The picture shows Karl Johans Gate - the main street in Oslo which leads from Oslo S, the train-station, to the Royal Palace.
Norway is definitely the land of the trolls.
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Where better than to get up close and personal with details of the Vikings?
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A typical sight in Norway's Lapland.
You can see almost all of Oslo from this castle.
Don't look down!
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Ready for a day out on the water?
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A stunning setting for a spot of beachcombing.
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Does this meet with your definition of beauty?
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Frozen waterfalls are incredible sights of nature.
Norway has plenty of challenges if you're a bit of a daredevil.
The definition of peace and tranquility.
Are you going to put Norway on your bucket list of destinations?
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