16 Photographs Of Fairy Tale Architecture And Beauty From Norway

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When you think of Norway, you probably think of “fjords”, Vikings, and snow-capped mountains – not majestic architecture that looks like it comes straight from a fairy tale.

Below, you will see photographs of Norwegian structures that look downright magical! The varying styles of architecture range from Stave churches of the Middle Ages, to the eerie natural waterfalls and traditionally built wooden houses of the 19th century. The history of architecture in Norway certainly tells a fascinating story. Viking craftsmanship, religion, geography, and locally sourced materials all played vital roles in creating these beautiful masterpieces. Which one of these is your personal favourite?

#1 Borgund Stave Church

 
#2 Barn In Valldal
#3 Bridge Over Låtefossen Waterfall

#4 Ancient Road Vindhellavegen
#5 Renndølsetra

#6 Natural Swimming Pool In The Fores
#7 Under The Aurora

#8 At The End Of The World, Tjome

#9 Kvednafossen Waterfall In Norway
#10 Old Farmhouses

#11 House In Norway
#12 Fairy House In Hunderfossen, Lillehammer
#13 Old House

#14 Fjord Houses
#15 Bridge In Norway
#16 Old Village

Written by Raven Fon
Source: boredpanda.com

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