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Umeå

Umeå – The city of birches

Umeå Umeå is located at the mouth of the Ume River in southern Västerbotten in Sweden. It is only about 400 kilometers south of the … Read more

Stavanger city

Stavanger city

Stavanger city Stavanger city is one of the larger cities in the beautiful country of Norway, and some 127,000 people call it home. What’s more, it … Read more

The Pulpit Rock/Preikestolen in Stavanger

The Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen)

The Athelete’s Choice The Pulpit Rock, which plunges 604 meters into the Lysefjord in the county of Rogaland, is one of Norway’s biggest tourist attractions. … Read more

Billund

Billund is the place to be if you are looking to be childish and playful. The city is home to Legoland – a plastic paradise – … Read more

Northern light aurora borealis-Tromso

Tromso – The Northern Paris

Tromso Tromsø lies in the northern part of Norway and was originally a medieval fortress community on the frontier of the wilderness. It lies only … Read more

The Vigeland Park, Oslo

Oslo – Beta World City

Oslo The economic and political center of Norway, Oslo is ranked as a Beta World City, which means that it is one of the best … Read more

7 World Heritage Sites in Norway

7 World Heritage Sites in Norway to Visit Explore the world heritage sites in Norway. The criteria for admittance to the UNESCO list of World … Read more

The Stave Churches

The Stave Churches in Norway The Stave churches are  the most important examples of the European medieval architecture when we look at wooden constructions. Most … Read more

Urnes Stave Church-One of the many stave churches in Norway

List over Stave Churches

List Over Stave Churches in Norway In Lustrafjorden, on a beautifully pointed and narrow piece of land that juts out into the sea surrounded by … Read more

Trondheim-Home of The Strong and Fruitful

The Rose of Trondheim   Since the Middle Ages, the Olaf-Rose have been used as the city’s symbol. A Icelandic sorcery book mention the rose … Read more

Borgund Stave Church

Borgund Stave church Borgund stave church is located in Borgund in the Laerdal municipality in the county Sogn og Fjordane. Approx. 200 km east of … Read more

St. Olaf’s Final Resting Place

The Legendary St. Olaf Close to Trondheim lies the burial site of the famous St. Olaf, the magnificent Nidaros Cathedral. St. Olaf, also known as … Read more

North Cape-The Real Norway

North Cape Nordkapp translates into English as North Cape and is the location in Norway rounded by Richard Chancellor in the 16th century when he … Read more

Urnes Stave Church

Urnes Stave Church Located in the village of Ornes, the Urnes Stave Church is a historic landmark in Norway that attracts thousands of tourists every … Read more

Nidaros Cathedral-A Major Tourist Attraction

The Nidaros Cathedral was built in the 11th century and marks the burial site of Saint Olaf, who ruled the nation during a portion of … Read more

Heddal Stave Church

Heddal Stave Church is the largest stave church in all of Norway. Constructed all the way back in the 13th century, it has been through … Read more

Odense

To dance in Odense is something you do, mentally or physically, whether one likes it or not. The atmosphere is so good that one simply … Read more

Viborg

Denmark is a very attractive destination for tourists. No wonder when you consider all the pleasures you can easily acquire. Viborg is no exception, and … Read more

Ribe

Back to the past in Ribe Come to Ribe – a beautiful, nostalgic city with lots of historic buildings Ribe Cathedral is a magnificent building … Read more