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Roros -A Must Visit Destination

A world heritage site A copper mining town established in the 19th century, Roros is one of the most serene and beautiful sites in all of Scandinavia. It was placed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1980 and has been a treasure for residents and tourists alike in Norway. For …

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Eidfjord-The Pearl of Hardanger

Voringfossen-Eidfjord Of all the various waterfalls in Norway, Voringfossen,as it is called by the native tongue, is by far one of the most popular. It has a total drop of 182 meters, which only places it at number 83 in terms of Norway’s largest. Despite this, the surrounding scenery and …

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Svalbard-The Arctic Experience

Introducing Svalbard An archipelago located in the Arctic Ocean, Svalbard was originally a whaling base which then became a coal mining area. The region came under Norwegian rule in the 1920s and is now home to the University Centre in Svalbard, also known by the acronym UNIS. This region is …

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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 year. The church was originally constructed in the 12th century and sits on the eastern side of a large fjord, presenting visitors with a glimpse …

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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 that era. Originally a Roman Catholic Church, it moved to Lutheranism in 1537 during the Protestant Reformation. Nidaros is one of the most historic buildings …

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Jostedalsbreen Glacier

Jostedalsbreen Glacier-The Largest in Europe The Jostedalsbreen Glacier is the largest glacier in all of continental Europe, measuring over 6,800 feet tall. It has been a tourist attraction ever since 1906, when footpaths were put in to allow people to scale the glacier. Jostedalsbreen is conveniently located near several Norwegian …

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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 several renovations due to poor maintenance over the years, most notably in the 16th, 19th, and 20th centuries. The most recent restoration brought back the …

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Bergen-The City of Rainbows

Bergen City One of the most historic cities in all of Europe, Bergen was founded in the 11th century and is a place filled with natural beauty and Norwegian culture. The city is known for its fish markets, surrounding mountains, and nearby fjords. With a little over a quarter of …

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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 the name actually means “the sacred place on the ground”. Inviting taverns, museums, late dining and a separate beer toute. But it is also a …

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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 cannot resist. Especially not the smallest. The city is located approximately in the middle of Denmark, Fyn, and is widely known for its cultural past, …

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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 with a variety of colors and styles that testify to the several periods of construction, which the church was built under. The church, begun in …

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Aarhus

The Scandinavian Cities…let’s get the journey started

Every Scandinavian have experienced it, while visiting a foreign country. Norway mistaken for the capitol of Denmark, in turn mistaken for the capitol of Sweden, and all three countries in turn mistaken for being an unified country. Well, thats a long time ago anyway…. So lets get the story straight, …

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