20 Magical Photos That Prove Norway Is Basically A Real Life Fairy Tale.

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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?


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The Borgund Stave Church looks like something out of a dream.

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A bridge over the Låtefossen waterfall.

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The ancient road Vindhellavegen.

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Kvednafossen Waterfall behind a small cottage.

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Tjome, Norway, which looks like it's on the edge of the earth.

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An amazing cottage under the Aurora.

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An old village full of cute, red houses.

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Lake Bondhus looking eery, and yet, still inviting.

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Møre Og Romsdal on a bright, sunny day.

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The northern lights over the fishing village of Bugøynes.

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The Vardøhus Fortress is geometric and charming.

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The Magic Kingdom Of Bekkelaget definitely looks like something from another world.

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Renndølsetra, a gorgeous mountain town

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Some of Norway's oldest farmhouses.

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A house with trees growing on it.

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This house is incredibly old, and it's set against the backdrop of some amazing topography.

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This bridge overlooking a waterfall is simply magnificent.

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The Borgund Stavkirke has such an amazing spire.

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These fjord houses just might have a few magical beings living inside of them.

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