Places in Norway You Have to See to Believe


6. Svalbard

Like Lofoten islands, Svalbard is also a group of islands, strategically located between the four seas, the Arctic Ocean, Greenland Sea, Barent Sea and the Norwegian Sea. This archipelago has been part of Norway since 1920, and interestingly, it is more inhabited then Alaska and many of Canada’s arctic islands. People visit this place mostly for its Arctic appeal, which is at the most pure and powerful form. The glaciers are untouched, while the craggy mountains houses the polar bears, polar foxes, reindeers, caribou, seals, walruses, and whales.

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