What Is Norway Known for?

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Norway is famous for its wonderful and different scenery. The western part of Norway is famous for its easily reachable fjords and mountains, which provide opportunities like fishing, hiking, cycling and glacier walking.
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Norway is a country at a crossroads, although given Norway's natural wonders and significant wealth, it's a situation in which most countries in the world would love to find ... More »
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Norway is known for the famous Fjords which are very beautiful narrow inlets of the sea and are a very popular tourist attraction for Norway. Norway's extensive coastline, facing the North Atlantic Ocean and the Barents Sea, is home to the famous fjords.
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