Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Norway

Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Norway
Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Norway

Most people might not believe it, but there is a lot more to Norway than Ski slopes! If you take a bit of time to have a look around the country you might discover some amazing things…


Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Norway


Trolltunga, Hordaland county
Trolltunga, Hordaland county

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If heights are your thing, check out Trolltunga “language of the trolls” which was formed during the Ice Age when a large part of the mountain was frozen and part of it broke.

Forsand, Rogaland Fylke
Forsand, Rogaland Fylke

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For people who love hiking Rossevika rock suspended above a 1,110-metre tall drop, it is only for the brave (or the very stupid).

Kannesteinen Rock, Måløy
Kannesteinen Rock, Måløy

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It has taken thousands of years to look like this and has been carved by the waves themselves.

Leonardo Da Vinci's Bridge, Akershus
Leonardo Da Vinci’s Bridge, Akershus

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Sadly it wasn’t made by Leonardo himself, but an artist called Vebjørn Sand. It is a much smaller version of a bridge Leonardo da Vinci proposed in 1502 as part of a civil engineering project for Sultan Bayezid II of Constantinople (today’s Istanbul).

Emanuel Vigeland Museum, Oslo
Emanuel Vigeland Museum, Oslo

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This amazing work of art is located in a section of the building that is complete without natural light, which means that there is no light from the outside in. The interior is dimly lit, and are covered by paintings with people from floor to ceiling and the detail in simply stunning.

Borgund Stave Church, Borgund
Borgund Stave Church, Borgund

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This stave church located in the village of Borgund is made from trees had been felled and the great logs hauled to the site. The detail is stunning, but the size and architecture will blow you away.

Laerdal Tunnel, Aurland
Laerdal Tunnel, Aurland

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Not only is this the longest road tunnel in the entire world, but it also features some amazing lighting that is designed to create the illusion of daylight!

Aurland Lookout, Bergen
Aurland Lookout, Bergen

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It might look like the world’s most dangerous slide, but at the top of this amazing wooden structure is a thin pane of glass that prevents visitors from sliding off.

Statue Of Liberty, Karmøy
Statue Of Liberty, Karmøy

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No, you are not going mad and I have not made a mistake. This really is the home of the Statue of Liberty! Well, not the real statue as this is just a replica, but it is the location from where the copper came from for the real one.

Båstnäs Car Cemetery, Bastnas
Båstnäs Car Cemetery, Bastnas

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The chances are good that you have seen lots of images taken at this location, but just never realised where it was. It might be nothing more than an old junkyard, but for travel photographers, it is a work of art just waiting to be captured on camera.

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