This barn in Valldal is surrounded by some amazing landscaping.
Norway is a magical place, filled with gorgeous fjords, compelling Viking history, and plenty of tall blondes. It also boasts something else that will make you want to visit: Incredible architecture that looks like it's straight out of a fairytale.
Many of these buildings and structures were built in the Middle Ages, and set against the backdrop of Norway's amazing natural landscape, it almost feels like a scene out of a Tolkien novel. After looking at the pictures below, be honest: Wouldn't you love to get lost here?
The Borgund Stave Church looks like something out of a dream.
A bridge over the Låtefossen waterfall.
The ancient road Vindhellavegen.
Kvednafossen Waterfall behind a small cottage.
Tjome, Norway, which looks like it's on the edge of the earth.
An amazing cottage under the Aurora.
Hans Marius Mindrum
An old village full of cute, red houses.
Lake Bondhus looking eery, and yet, still inviting.
Møre Og Romsdal on a bright, sunny day.
Johanne Marie Rogn
The northern lights over the fishing village of Bugøynes.
The Vardøhus Fortress is geometric and charming.
The Magic Kingdom Of Bekkelaget definitely looks like something from another world.
Renndølsetra, a gorgeous mountain town
Some of Norway's oldest farmhouses.
A house with trees growing on it.
This house is incredibly old, and it's set against the backdrop of some amazing topography.
This bridge overlooking a waterfall is simply magnificent.
The Borgund Stavkirke has such an amazing spire.
These fjord houses just might have a few magical beings living inside of them.
Here's 30 more beautiful reasons to visit Norway.