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Geiranger Fjord, Eagle road View Point, Norway
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The Geiranger Fjord, Norway is perhaps the world's most famous fjord and it is certainly one of the most beautiful fjord in the world. Many tourists are attracted by the beauty of the fjord turquoise waters and numerous waterfalls. From the Eagle road view point, the famous Seven Sisters Waterfall which are a group of seven waterfalls that drop almost 250 meters to the fjord can be seen on the right hand side.

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