Norway is called the Land of the Midnight Sun since the sun never really sets below the horizon, especially in summer. The Scandinavian country usually sees up to 20 hours of sunlight but when winter comes, the period of darkness extends. Whether it’s night or day, Norway offers equally picturesque views of nature.
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Lofoten, an archipelago in Norway, is popular for its beaches, unexplored lands and open bays.
Northern Lights make Norway a truly magical place.
The Northern Lights as seen on the skies of Hammerfest.
Big waves seen crashing after a storm in Norway.
One of the things that make Norway unique is its vibrant villages situated on the edge of the fjords.
The day doesn’t seem to end in Norway during summer.
Alesund is one of the most frequented spots in Norway.
The Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway can be dangerous but it is also one of the most scenic drives you can take in your life.
Reine is a fishing village considered to be the most beautiful in the country.
Trolltunga is a piece of rock extending out of a mountain; it is one of the favorite spots among nature lovers.
The Troll Wall is the tallest vertical mountain in Europe and has the longest climbing route in the continent.
Vigeland Sculpture Park is seen covered in snow.