The land of Norway stretches above the Arctic Circle to Europe’s northern point called, the North Cape. During midwinter it is dark all day, while during summer the sun still shines even at up to midnight. This part of the country is more commonly called as “The Land of the Midnight Sun”.
Norway boasts a landscape mixed with a rugged coastline filled with deep sea inlet areas called fjords. These fjords form natural harbors that are protected from the rough seas by chains of islands. The coastal areas are kept ice-free by warm ocean currents while on inland, the forested mountains...More