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Allan Pedersen - Norway

22 Magical Pictures That Show Why Living in Norway Is a Real Life Fairytale

This area called “World’s End” at the southern tip of Tjøme offers magnificent views towards the Skagerrak and is home to this “basket lighthouse,” created using drift boulders in the

Låtefossen Waterfall, Norway//20+ Mystical Bridges That Will Take You To Another World //An ancient, mossy bridge is the perfect complement to any rural or river scene. These old and mysterious arched bridges are mankind's way of traversing landscapes that are otherwise decidedly wild. / locations / photo location inspiration

20+ Mystical Bridges That Will Take You To Another World

Låtefossen Waterfall, Norway - Mystical bridges that will take you to another world.

Jindra Rotscheid

22 Magical Pictures That Show Why Living in Norway Is a Real Life Fairytale

Photo of the day – Sykkylvsfjorden

Photo of the day - Sykkylvsfjorden Sykkylvsfjorden is a fjord in Sykkylven Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. The fjord is a branch off of the

TPOTY Dalsnibba mountain, Norway

Travel photographer of the year 2014 winners – in pictures

Spirit of Adventure winner, Piotr Trybalski, Poland On the way to Dalsnibba mountain, Stranda municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway Photograph: Piotr Trybalski/TPOTY

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Think Norway, and the first thing that comes to mind are fjords, blonde people and Vikings – not fairy tale architecture. Below, you’ll find photographs of architecture in the Norwegian countryside that looks like it’s been taken straight from a fairy tale. The architectural styles range from Stave churches, which were built during the Middle Ages, to …

20 Pics Of Fairy Tale Architecture From Norway

Below, you’ll find photographs of architecture in the Norwegian countryside that looks like it’s been taken straight from a fairy tale. The architectural styles range from Stave churches, which were built during the Middle Ages, to …

Ancient Road Vindhellavegen places in Norway that look like they came from fairy tales)

Laerdal Tunnel - longest road tunnel in the world at 15+ miles

Laerdal Tunnel - longest road tunnel in the world at miles

At the end of the world , TJome Norway

Former mill at Kvednafossen Waterfall in Norway. Kvednafossen is in Oppland, Norway, between Kvednehaugadn and Røyneslie

Think Norway, and the first thing that comes to mind are fjords, blonde people and Vikings – not fairy tale architecture. Below, you’ll find photographs of architecture in the Norwegian countryside that looks like it’s been taken straight from a fairy tale. The architectural styles range from Stave churches, which were built during the Middle Ages, to …

20 Pics Of Fairy Tale Architecture From Norway

Talk about a mountain house. I would love to have a little hut like this in the mountains someday.

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