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I would be whimpering, laying on my stomach clinging to this thing with urine running down both sides. No way, no how, no thank you!!

Bondhusbreen, Norway - the steepest sidearm of the main Folgefonna glacier on the eponymous peninsula and in the eponymous National Park.

Borgund Stavkirke, Norway, by Kurt Muetterties | angioman1: Built sometime 1180-1250 CE (12thcentury). Its walls are vertical wooden boards, or staves, hence the name "stave church" (stavkirke). Several runic inscriptions are found on the walls of the church. One reads: "Tor wrote these runes in the evening at the St. Olav's Mass", and another reads "Ave Maria". These can be found at the west portal of the church. [Please keep photo credit and original link if repinning. Thanks!]

900 year old church in Norway / That's freakin awesome

old Norwegian boat house Boat-house by Geir Drabløs on Flickr

✿ڿڰۣ Norwegian doll...when I was little and my parents used to talk about the possibility of us taking a trip to Europe, I wanted to get a doll from every country we visited

Norwegian landscape by Photos ludiques, via Flickr

The traditional, national costume of Norway is called Bunad, an elaborate costume dating back to the 1800s with lots of embroidery and jewelry, in approximately 200 variations by region.