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    The dramatic beauty of Norway's fjord region attracts over half a million visitors every year. Located along the country's western shores, fjords are long, narrow waterways. These deep ocean inlets are formed when water floods a steep valley created by a glacier's movement.
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    Sognefjord is the longest of Norway's fjords. It extends more than 124 miles inland from the coast of Norway.
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    Small traditional-style Norwegian farms are found among the lower regions of the fjords. It's not uncommon for tourists to see farm animals grazing on green hills while seals sun themselves on rocks along the same area of the shoreline.
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    Tourist boats look like children's toys against the towering mountains of Norway's Sognefjord. At its deepest point, Sognefjord is 4,000 feet deep.
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    Tiny villages and family farms sit along the lowlands where the steep cliffs slope down toward the water of the fjords.
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    Fog rolls off the hearty hillsides of Sognefjord. Norway's terrain is roughly two-thirds mountains.
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    Once sailed by the vikings, the waters of the fjords are now busy with a different kind of boat traffic . Here, a tourist and commuter vessel docks in the Sognefjord region.
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    Morning fog rises over the waters of Sognefjord in Norway.
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    Fog obscures the surrounding mountains as a tourist ship sails through the fjord's glassy waters, seemingly more like a ghost ship than a passenger vessel.
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