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  1. There are eighteen National Tourist Routes in Norway. Ten of them are located in Western Norway, in the fjords. Common to them all is that the roads are going through some of the wildest and most beautiful scenery that Norway has to offer. Here is a brief overview of the National Tourist Routes in the Continue reading "National Tourist Routes".
  2. By taking one of our tours you can get an unforgettable experience of our beautiful Norwegian fjords. Many of our Norway in a nutshell® tours take you through som of Norway's most beautiful fjord scenery. Explore Norway in the most spectacular way and learn more .
  3. The Future of the Fjords is a new all-electric sight-seeing vessel built by Brødrene Aa for Norwegian marine transportation company The Fjords. The vessel became operational in May The emission-free vessel joined its sister ship, the Vision of the Fjords, which was inducted into service in
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  5. A fjord is a long, deep, narrow body of water that reaches far inland. Fjords are often set in a U-shaped valley with steep walls of rock on either side.. Fjords are found mainly in Norway, Chile, New Zealand, Canada, Greenland, and the U.S. state of Alaska. Sognefjorden, a fjord in Norway, is more than kilometers (nearly miles) long.
  6. Fjords is an arts and literary review for the 21st century reader edited by John Gosslee. The twice yearly magazine features new art and literature alongside translations and reviews. John Gosslee founded Fjords Review during Christmas break in during his undergrad and the first issue appeared in Spring Fjords is now available in over bookstores in the United States and Canada.
  7. Patreksfjörður is the biggest town in the southern part of the Westfjords, with a population of around Early in the 20th century, Patreksfjörður was a pioneering force in Iceland's fishing industry, initiating trawler fishing. Still today the chief occupation is commercial fishing and fish processing.

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