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Ferry Cruise Hellesylt - Geiranger, Geiranger Fjord, Norway
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Ferry Cruise Hellesylt - Geiranger.The ferry cruise on the world’s most famous Geiranger fjord takes approximately one hour. Alongside the sheer mountain cliffs and  many waterfalls, that will no doubt leave such a lasting impression.

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