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FJORDS and RIVERS in TROMS

Norway is a pure region dominated by beautiful fjords, waterfalls, mountains, and untouched nature. The typical configuration of a fjord is a long, narrow, deep and steep-sided inlet, wich is fequentely branched and sinuous, or in part remarkably straight, wherer firstly the fluvial drainage and subsequentely the glaciers have followed major fracture zones. The Geirangerfjord and Nærøyfjord is perhaps the world´s most famous fjords.

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 Learn about the FJORDS  (2:08)  Norway is famous the world over for ...  Several
 Norway in motion  (4:21)  Fjords are common along the coasts of Norway.  Several
   
 
 Lyngenfjorden  (1:15)  Northen light over Lyngenfjorden.  Lyngen
 Ullsfjorden  (1:49)  Ullsfjorden is a fjord in three municipalities.  Lyngen
 Senja  (6:19)  Senja is the second largest island in Norway.  Several
 Målselv River  (1:15)  Målselv River is a very good BIG salmon river.  Målselv
 Reisa River  (4:37)  Has a catchment area of 2,692 square kilometres.  Storslett
 Mollisfossen waterfall  (7:21)  The Mollisfossen waterfall is 269 metres high.  Storslett
 Humpback Whales  (2:03)  Humpback whales surging to the surface of the sea.  Tromsø
 Killer Whales  (7:45)  Norway has hunting and fishing traditions.  Tromsø
 Humpback whale  (0:18)  Feeding ground for right whales.  Kvænangen
 Hamn, Senja  (2:15)  Pictures from Hamn in Senja.  Hamn
 Husøy Senja Island  (0:14)  View of little Husoy and Oyfjorden.  Husøy
 A historical island  (5:07)  Pictures from Karlsøya.  Karlsøy
   
 
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