Geiranger Fjord

Written By Michael Reign on Wednesday, January 1, 2014 | 10:52 PM

Geiranger Fjord (Its Norwegian dialectal interpretation recognized as Geirangerfjorden), located in the Sunnmøre (South-Møre is recognized as its English linguistic equivalency) region of Møre og Romsdal county in Norway, is a 15 kilometer (9.3 mile) long branch of the Storfjord (The Great Fjord, the 5th longest topographical system in Norway, stretching approximately 110 kilometers or 68 miles in diameter). Its principal name derived from the Geiranger village which is located at the fjord’s terminus where the mouth of the Geirangelva River empties into it. Resting conspicuously on either side of this picturesque marvel are a number of long since abandoned farm houses, presumably from what would now be considered the antiquated remnant of a bygone era.
Share this article :


Speak your mind and let your voice be heard.

This is a censorship free discussion area.

Support: Creating Website | Johny Template | Mas Template
Ωmnibus ™ and © Michael Reign. All Rights Reserved.
Template Created by Creating Website Published by Mas Template
Site modifications and enhancements by Michael Reign c/o Legerdemain Technologies