Sognefjord, Norway. Being the largest fjord in the country and the third longest in the world, it stretches for 250 km (127 mi) into the inland until reaches a small village of Skjolden.
At one point the impressive fjord reaches depth of 1,308 m (4,291 ft) below the sea. Many villages are located on the fjord’s branches, therefore a comfortable tourism is ensured. The visitors can explore dramatic scenery by boating or hiking.
Lead photo author Arno Kohlem
At the end of Sognefjord three magnificent stave churches are located: Kaupanger, Urnes and Borgund. They are the most famous medieval churches in Norway.
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