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Naeroey Fjord, Sogn and Fjordane, West Norway
Naeroyfjord in Sognefjord, Western Norway, one of many fjordarms in the 204 kilometer long Sognefjord, the 'King of the Fjords', is one of the worlds most beautiful and dramatic fiords.
It can be experienceed from a boat, in a kayak, or by walking in the surrounding mountains and valleys.
Part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the "West Fjords" (Geirangerfjord and Naeroyfjord) was top-rated by National Geographic Traveler and National Geographic Center for Sustainable Destinations, with George Washington University, in their third Destination Scorecard survey of World Heritage sites in 2008.
PHOTO SOURCE: Frithjof Fure, Innovation Norway, courtesy of the Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry.
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