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Trollstigen, Norway
Photograph by Luigi Vaccarella, SIME
Eleven hairpin turns send Trollstigen—the Troll’s Footpath—winding back and forth along steep mountainsides in Norway. The mountain road, now a national tourist route, took eight years to construct and was opened in 1936 by King Haakon VII. Snow closes the road in winter and spring.

Trollstigen, Norway

Photograph by Luigi Vaccarella, SIME

Eleven hairpin turns send Trollstigen—the Troll’s Footpath—winding back and forth along steep mountainsides in Norway. The mountain road, now a national tourist route, took eight years to construct and was opened in 1936 by King Haakon VII. Snow closes the road in winter and spring.

Tags #Landscape    #Travel    #Norway    #Trollstigen    #Troll's Footpath   

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    Norwegians know how to make roads… would LOVE to drive this :)
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    I’m gonna visit this someday
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