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100 Natural Wonders of Norway

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By: Tom Schandy(Author), Tom Helgesen(Author)
208 pages, colour photos
100 Natural Wonders of Norway
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  • 100 Natural Wonders of Norway ISBN: 9788292916001 Hardback Dec 2007 Out of Print #174828
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100 Natural Wonders of Norway is the ideal book for everyone who loves Norwegian nature. It contains the most splendid areas of natural scenic beauty, from fjords to mountains, from coast to interior. 100 Natural Wonders of Norway takes you on a walk over the gently undulating Finnmarksvidda Plateau, along the idyllic coast of Southern Norway for a dip in the sea, through the old forest in the depths of Nordmarka and to the top of Norway's highest mountain, Galdhopiggen.

While including all Norway's national parks and famous tourist attractions such as Preikestolen, Geiranger, the Jostedalbre Glacier and the North Cape, 100 Natural Wonders of Norway also describes more mysterious places, for example, the island of Reinoya in Porsanger, Hitra Island in Trondelag and its abundance of birds, the primeval forest at Draegnismorki-Yttrismorki, the Jutulhogget Canyon in Hedmark and the traditional cultivated landscape on the island of Jeloya in Ostfold.

The text is easy to follow and each chapter has an inset of facts with the most important information. 100 Natural Wonders of Norway is lavishly illustrated featuring over 240 colour photographs taken by Norway's leading nature photographers. 100 Natural Wonders of Norway is a fantastic journey through Norway.

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Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Tom Schandy(Author), Tom Helgesen(Author)
208 pages, colour photos
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