20 Fairy Pictures of Architecture in Norway

Think of Norway, and the first things that come to mind are the fjords, blonde people and the Vikings, but not the magical architecture that people Scandinavian countries.

Below, you‘ll find pictures of landscapes and architecture in the Norwegian countryside that seem straight out of a fairy tale. Architectural styles range from Stave Church, the medieval churches in typical woods of Norway, which were built in the Middle Ages, natural waterfalls and ghostly traditional wooden houses built in the Norwegian vernacular (byggeskikk) during 19th century.

Photos that will undoubtedly arouse your desire to travel from Norway.

Stave Church Borgund

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A barn in the Valldal Valley

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A bridge above the falls Latefossen

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Renndølsetra Mountain Chalet

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Old road Vindhellavegen

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A natural pool in the forest

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A small house under the northern lights

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At the end of the world, Tjøme

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Waterfalls Kvednafossen

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Old farm houses

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