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This is where I live.

The best thing I like about Stavanger, Norway is the water place which is called the City Center (Senctrum in Norsk - language of Norway). This is the only place that is busy all the times in Stavanger except Sunday [yes, everything is closed on Sundays :-(]. All the shoppping and restaurants are located around this place and its so nice to take a walk along the water side. There are ferris always available to go to the fyords around. Another post on fyords if you would like to see?

Another nice thing about Stavanger is, in which ever direction you go in the city, you can see water. There are roads going on water, over water and infact in water * Ok, I agree on and over doesn't make difference*. Believe me, the tunnels passing through water are scary.

This is one of those pictures when I had the mood to capture my city. You can find the other one here.


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  4. Picture perfect setting for an abode, Pria:)

  5. beautiful photos! i've been to norway a couple of times, i've got some family there, and i'm going to visiting norway again this summer! beautiful country!

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    1. You should right now. It's beautiful in here.


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