Northern Norway

Northern Norway is Europe's northernmost region which borders on the Arctic Circle. Finnmark
The largest and the northernmost continental Norwegian region lies entirely above the Arctic Circle.
Tromsø is a city in the very northernmost part of Norway.
Nordland is a county in Northern Norway. Nordland occupies the relatively narrow strip of land between the border with Sweden and Atlantic, in addition to a myriad of islands.
Bodø is the largest city and administrative centre of Nordland county in Norway.
Finnmark is Norway's northernmost county. It is the largest county in Norway in area but the smallest in inhabitants.
Lakselv is a small town in Finnmark, Norway. At the very top of Norway you will find Lakselv in the municipality Porsanger.
Nordkapp is a 307 m high cliff rising above the Arctic Ocean, located in Finnmark county in Norway.
Troms is a county in Northern Norway. It borders the counties of Nordland and Finnmark.
Lyngen is a municipality in the Region of Troms in Northern Norway.
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