Photographer Captures Extremely Rare White Baby Reindeer While Hiking In Norway Like something out of a whimsical Christmas tale, an extremely rare white baby deer was recently spotted in Oslo, Norway by wildlife photography enthusiast Mads Nordsveen and the photos are enchanting. The 24-year-old said: “I was walking in the mountains looking for nice landscapes for my travel […]
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Creating Submerged Floating Tunnels in Norway Norway’s potential construction of “submerged floating tunnels” involves a complex engineering process that combines the principles of tunnel construction and maritime technology. The tunnel would be made up of a pair of concrete tubes submerged about 100 feet under the water’s surface. @Sn?hetta The concept entails creating tunnels that
Lift the Krejagbolten at Lake Totak in Norway Krejagbolten, also known as the Stone of Love, is a popular destination for visitors to Norway. The stone, believed to be a glacial deposit from the Ice Age, is located on the shores of Lake Totak in Western Norway and weighs over 20 tons. Local legend has
The Svinesund Bridge: A Symbol of Progress and Unity in Scandinavia The Svinesund Bridge is a 704-meter long cable-stayed bridge spanning across the international border between Norway and Sweden. It connects the Norwegian municipality of Halden and the Swedish municipality of Strömstad, facilitating transportation and trade between the two countries. The construction of the bridge
Lysevegen Winding Road in Norway: A Thrilling and Scenic Adventure Lysevegen is a mountainous road in Norway that connects the town of Lysebotn to Sirdal. It is the epitome of beauty and adventure with its magnificent scenic views and winding roads that will keep drivers on their toes. The Remarkable Scenery Along the Lysevegen Winding
Pulpit Rock: Norway’s Majestic Natural Wonder Norway is known for its breathtaking natural beauty, and one of its most iconic landmarks is Pulpit Rock, also known as Preikestolen. Located in Ryfylke, the southwestern part of Norway, it is famous for being a flat-topped cliff that rises 604 meters (1,982 feet) above the Lysefjord. The top
Norway’s Magnificent Atlantic Road Spanning eight bridges over an archipelago in the Norwegian Sea, the Atlantic Road is nothing short of an engineering marvel. Stretching 8.3 kilometers between the villages of Kårvåg and Vevang, this magnificent structure is one of the most scenic drives in the world and a testament to Norway’s brilliant infrastructure planning.
Overview of the Draugen Oil Field in Norway Norway is renowned for its vast oil reserves and Draugen Oil Field plays a pivotal role in the country’s energy supplies. Situated in the Norwegian Sea, the oil field is operated by A/S Norske Shell, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell. It began production in 1993,
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International Borders Around The World History (and sometimes, unfortunately, current events) shows us just how easily international borders can change, but we still like to think that they are permanent fixtures. These photos of different country borders around the world show you how both friendly and hostile nations like to fence off their turf. 1.