In fact, Norway is not the only forest
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Cruising the majestic fjord
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In Norway, you can see unique scenery not seen anywhere else
Norway is not the only forest, it also has the relics of the ice age-glaciers.
As a relic left by the crustal changes during the Ice Age, the fjords on both sides of the bank are light and watery, snow-capped mountains and waterfalls are a haze. Is this not a fairyland? It is called a fjord because of its steepness, but in fact, it is a narrow and winding bay that is only one to a few kilometers wide, but it can grow to hundreds of kilometers. The National Geographic Traveler Magazine of the United States has selected Norway’s fjords as the best-preserved tourist destination in the world!
Among the fjords in Norway, there are no more famous and distinctive than the four major fjords. The four major fjords-the Geirangerfjord, the Sognefjord, the Hardangerfjord, and the Lysefjord. The Geirangerfjord has been listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The waterfalls here are very spectacular, such as the Seven Sisters Falls, the Proposer Falls, and the Bride’s Veil Falls.
The water is pouring down, and the mist is rising, like a hazy veil covering the cliffs. The sun is spraying on it to form a beautiful rainbow, and the water is endless. The rainbow is endless. I believe this magnificent will bring you infinite surprise and shock.
The mission stone in Lysefjord is a symbol of Norwegian tourism. The 50 most magnificent natural landscapes in the world by CNN ranked first.
Bergen, located on the steep fjord line on the west coast of Norway, is the starting point for exploring the four major fjords of Norway, but there are also moving stories and long history here.