World Heritage Norwegian Fjords Photo

The longest, deepest fjords in the world are located in Norway, where deep, blue fjord seas have been carved out over millennia since the glacial period. In July 2005, Geirangerfjord and Nærøyfjord a branch of Sognefjord made the UNESCO World Heritage Site list as the West Norwegian Fjords.
This dramatic landscape unveiling amidst the clear climate of Northern Europe continues to captivate people to this day. 68 pictures total available.
In collaboration with: The Scandinavian Tourist Board.
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