When we think about fairy tales the first thing that comes in our heads is “not real”, and it’s only normal to think this way. Sure, dragons or fairies aren’t real but the places where they live are somewhat inspired from this world.
There is a country where the landscapes look like they were taken straight out of fairy. That country is Norway. Yes, Norway isn’t just about tall blondes, long winters, and fjords.
I think Norway is “a must visit” at least once in our lifetime because why read a fairy tale when you can live one? Feel free to tell us your opinion (I’m talking to your inner child).
1. The beatiful Aurora Borealis over Bugøynes, a small fishing village.
2. Old farm houses in a valley on the West Coast.
3. A mountain farm located on the North West coast of Norway.
4. An old village in Tysfjord, Norway.
5. Borgund Stave church.
6. The beautiful and ancient road Vindhellavegen.
7. A barn in Valldal Valley.
8. The Lofoten Islands.
9. Stave church in Telemark.
10. Trollstigen Road (Troll’s Path).
11. The end of the world in Tjome.
12. Natural swimming pool. It was made over a century ago in Oslo.
13. Geirangerfjord, one of the most famous norwegian fjords.
14. This farm located in Vingelen was built in the 15th century.