Norway’s flag and population , as well as the most beautiful coastal scenic spots in Norway.

Norway (Kongeriket Norge or Kongeriket Noreg), located in the western part of the Scandinavian Peninsula in northern Europe, and the capital is Oslo. The flag of Norway is composed of a white and blue cross divided vertically on a red background. The white cross represents Norway’s Christian tradition; the red background symbolizes courage, strength, and fighting spirit; the blue color represents Norway’s marine tradition and marine resources. The Norwegian flag is a symbol of the Norwegian people’s identity and national pride, as well as a symbol of the unity of the Norwegian people at home and abroad.

Norway is a multi-island, fjord, and rich in fishery products. Affected by ancient glacier erosion and millions of years of North Sea waves cutting, on the west coast of Norway, the world’s most spectacular fjord landscape has been formed. The magnificent fjords provide Norway with the most representative landscape and are known as “the soul of Norway.” The Norwegian people are also proud of this and believe that the fjords are a symbol of the local people’s character. Among them, the Hardangerfjord, the Sognefjord, the Geirangerfjord, and the Lustrafjord are the world’s four famous fjords. The Sognefjord, which is 205 kilometers long, is the longest and deepest fjord in the world. Inside the fjord, such as the world’s railway masterpiece the Flåm railway, and the light ferry that can go directly to Gudvangen, etc., are all places worth seeing and experiencing.

The Geirangerfjord, which is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is located in the north of Bergen, with a total length of 15 kilometers, and the two sides of the fjord stand mountains with an altitude of more than 1,500 meters. Here, the waterfall (Seven Sisters Waterfall), the Flydalsjuvet lookout tower 2 kilometers away from the Geirangerfjord, the Briksdal Glacier in the Sogun Øye Fjord area, and the Dalsnibba prospect platform at an altitude of 1,500 meters, etc. are all relatively famous attractions in the fjord. The Hardangerfjord is 179 kilometers long, and the slopes on both sides of the fjord are gentle, with picturesque idyllic scenery. The fruit trees and flowers in full bloom are the best time to visit and travel in the Hardangerfjord. In May every year, the apple flowers and apricot flowers bloom overnight in the fjord, and at this time, the two sides of the fjord have become a sea of flowers. In summer, the apple trees and

Norway, this coastal country filled with high mountains and winding straits, where the ocean connects every piece of its land, is thus renowned as “the most beautiful coastal travel in the world”. In Norway, it is worth having a romantic cruise trip! The hybrid cruise “Vision of the Fjords” and its new sister cruise “Future of the Fjords”, the experiences of these two cruises are the star projects of the Norwegian fjord tour.
In addition, “Future of the Fjords” is an all-electric zero-emission cruise ship, which can carry up to 400 passengers to navigate in the Nærøyfjord between Flåm and Gudvangen. This strait is listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO. The interior design of the “Future of the Fjords” cruise adopts the Nordic style and is equipped with large portholes that provide a sense of comfort, as well as a viewing platform specially designed for an excellent experience.
For Norwegian cruise travel, planning a good cruis

e route is definitely essential! For example, for the Nærøyfjord cruise, the cruise duration approximately takes 2 hours, and it is possible to cruise the fjord from either Flåm or Gudvangen. If the cruise starts from Flåm, the cruise ship will start to parade from the Aurlandsfjord, then pass through the narrow Nærøyfjord, and finally arrive at Gudvangen in the hinterland of Nærøyfjord.
Another example is the Geirangerfjord cruise, where you can see many waterfalls hanging on the mountain walls and pouring straight down, splashing up bursts of water. The most famous among them are the “Seven Sisters” and “The Bride’s Veil” waterfalls. Looking from the cruise ship, the rough waves, the clusters of mist, and the smoke and clouds are interwoven, which is particularly spectacular.
And according to scientists’ predictions, from 2024 to 2025 is the period of maximum solar activity, and the most frequent and most impressive aurora borealis in more than a decade may appear. Therefore, this year is very suitable for having a trip in Norway. If you are tempted, just take action immediately!

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