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Norway has some of the most natural, raw landscapes on planet earth. Like Iceland, the scenery during the different seasons are something to behold. The Norwegian fjords are like no other in the world and I was glad to have had a chance to cruise on the famous Geirangerfjord. I travelled a fair bit through Norway by train, and got to see a lot of the green nature and mountainous terrain.
Along with friendly locals and great seafood cuisine, the city of Oslo has much to offer. You can explore the past at the Viking ship museum and see the glimpse of the Oslo's architectural future with the urban renewal project Barcode. Having visited the country in the summer so far, I can't wait to come back and see what winter wonder Norway has to offer.
Hiking to the Rampestreken viewpoint over Åndalsnes town
Sailing on the Geirangerfjord and hiking around the area
Taking a walk through Barcode, an urban renewal project in Oslo
Visiting Jostedalsbreen National Park and Oldedalen valley
Checking out the Viking past and city living in Oslo
Oslo's centerpiece waterfront building, the iconic Opera House
A day in Norway's second largest city