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The Norwegian coastline is heavily indented with many, many fjords, which sometimes present an obstacle for road traffic. It would cost the annual gross domestic product of a medium sized country and then some, to construct bridges across each and every fjord, so vehicular and passenger ferries are used to supplement what bridges there are. This system even confuses Norwegians without GSP, as one fjord looks pretty much like another. Taken between Alesund and Geiranger Fjord at the Eidsdal Crossing.

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