Sognefjorden is a fjord in the county of Sogn og Fjordane in Norway. The district surrounding the fjord is known as Sogn. Sognefjorden is the longest fjord in Europe and the second longest in the world.
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Luster is a village and name of a municipality in Sogn og Fjordane county. Luster sits right at the intersection of central alpine mountains, great glaciers and the iconic fjords.
Flåm is a village in Sogn og Fjordane county, at the innermost point of an arm of the Sognefjord.
Balestrand is a small charming village on the edge of the Sognefjord in Sogn og Fjordane.
Fjærland is a tiny town at the end of the Fjærlandsfjord, an arm of the Sognefjord.
Stryn is village and district in Sogn og Fjordane, Norway. Stryn sits at the junction the high mountains and glaciers of the interior, and one of the great fjords cutting deep into the bedrock.
Myrdal is a train station in Sognefjorden, Norway. Myrdal is accessible by train, either with Flåmsbana from Flåm, or by the Oslo–Bergen railway.
Sogndal is a small but important town in Sogn og Fjordane. There is a small airport south of the town.
Gudvangen is a village in Sogn og Fjordane. The village sits at the end of famous Nærøyfjord, a world heritage site.
Lærdal is a village in Sogn og Fjordane. Lærdal is situated at the end of the Lærdal valley.
Høyanger is in Sognefjorden, Norway.
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