3 Gorgeous Scandinavia Spots That Will Make You Go Wow

BY JERRY ALONZO LEON

 

The world is filled with amazing landmarks. Each corner of the world has its own their unique sites, either man-made or natural. Wherever you go, you’ll find places to explore that you can’t see anywhere else – Australia has the Great Barrier Reef and the Sydney Opera House; Africa has its jungles and pyramids; and Asia has more wonders than we could enumerate today.

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When it comes to Europe, the first thoughts that come to a visitor’s mind are the ruins of the Acropolis, the Coliseum in Rome or the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Most of the time, though, the wonders of the North are ignored – perhaps due to the milder climate and better marketing are to blame. This is the reason for the I want to go there: Scandinavian edition you’re reading today. Let’s take a look at the three most unique and beautiful things Scandinavia has to offer its visitors.

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1. Kjeragbolten, Norway

The first one on our list of five unique things you can experience in Scandinavia is Kjeragbolten. It’s one of the most famous rocks in the world: it’s a five cubic meter (180 cubic fett) boulder wedged firmly between the walls of a mountain crevasse. It’s famous not only amongst Norwegians but all over the world; it’s a famous photo op, a place where long lines of tourists usually form.

2. The Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway

The Atlantic Ocean Road, or the Atlantic Road, is a 5.2-mile long section of Norway’s Country Road 64 that runs through an archipelago in Eide and Averøy in Møre Og Romsdal, Norway. It was built on several small islands and consists of six bridges built in a unique way. The road looks amazing from the air – it’s the perfect spot to put your camera drone to work.

3. Nordkapp, Norway

Nordkapp is a municipality in Norway. Nordkapp is also the name of a one thousand-foot high cliff on the northern coast of the island of Magerøya, famous for being the Northernmost spot in Europe. It’s also the point where the Norwegian Sea, the Atlantic Ocean, the Nordic Ocean, and the Barents Sea meet. It’s a magical point where you can enjoy the Midnight Sun for more than a month-and-a-half.

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