Both foreign visitors and native Norwegians keep sending their best snapshots to our Facebook page, for which we are extremely grateful.
Here are five of the most spectacular images sent to us this week. The top image here is from Kjøllefjord in Finnmark, one of the largest fishing villages in the county. The image is taken by Harald Mikal Halvorsen. Thank you!
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About 20 kilometres south of the city of Trondheim, you find Klæbu. Obiviously a beautiful place to go skiing. Photo: Grete Øiamo
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«Ålesund could be the backdrop for a Nordic fairytale», wrote National Geographic. Hard to argue, after seeing this image taken by Iwan Groot.
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As one of the main offices of the Hanseatic League, Bergen was for several hundred years the centre of prosperous trade between Norway and the rest of Europe. Bryggen, ("The Hanseatic Wharf") is the most obvious remnant from this time. Thanks for the picture, Tore Hagen.
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One of the most famous ski resorts in Norway is located in Geilo. Due to its high altitude the winter is long and stable, with lots of snow, and some of the first ski areas in Norway were developed here. Photo: Elisabeth Tellefsen.
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