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Scandinavian Countries

The 5 Scandinavian Countries. Iceland, Norway, Finland, Sweden and Denmark

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9 Beautiful Villages And Towns To Visit in Denmark - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Photography Blog

9 Beautiful Villages And Towns To Visit in Denmark - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Photography Blog

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Visiting Copenhagen on a budget

Visiting Copenhagen on a budget – On the Luce travel bl

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Destinations

In July 2012, we and grandson, Joshua, toured the Scandinavian cities of Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm and Helsinki and then took an overnight ferry to St. Petersburg, Russia.

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Exploring Norway’s South Coast

Flekkefjord to Stavanger, along a spectacular coastal road. Exploring southern Norway

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madame petite - fotograf jenny tidemo

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Riga & Tallinn: 2016 Trip Planning

Riga, Latvia & Tallinn, Estonia | Jackie Jets Off | What to do, where to stay and how to get there

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Bergen

Norway is the most northerly and westerly of the 3 Scandinavian countries. The most popular urban tourist destinations include Oslo – the capital, Alesund, Bergen, Stavanger and Trondheim. Characterized by dramatic landscapes of mountains and fjords, Norway is a rugged country perfect for nature lovers. http://www.ingresocybernetico.com/landing/?kurres

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7 Amazing Places You Have To Visit In Norway! - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Photography Blog

7 Amazing Places You Have To Visit In Norway! - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Photography Blog More

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9 Beautiful Villages And Towns To Visit in Denmark - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Photography Blog

2) Ribe: If you like historic little places then Ribe will bring a huge smile to your face. It was founded as a marketplace in the 8th century and is officially Denmark’s oldest town. It has a beautiful medieval city centre, including an impressive cathedral from 860 AD, and a pretty epic viking museum that’ll take you back to 9th century Scandinavia! Game of Thrones has nothing on these! 🙂

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