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You Have To See This Road In Norway To Believe It

by onMarch 26, 2016
 

This Has To Be The Craziest And Coolest Road In The World

On the midwest coast of Norway sits one of the most dangerous and scenic roads in the world. Known as the ‘Atlantic Ocean Road’ it rise and dives around the Atlantic often with waves of the rough Norwegian sea crashing upon it.

Part of Norway’s national highway 64, it’s been a site for thrill seekers and tourist of all types. It’s narrow bridges that cross over the sea have you feeling like you’re driving on the open ocean, as waves crash over the side railing smacking the windshield of your car.

With a total of 8 bridges and a length of 891 meters, it’s truly and impressive sight. Designated a Cultural Heritage Site, National Tourist Route, and recognized as the Norwegian Construction of the Century it’s quite a popular tourist site in the country.

Linking the towns of Kristiansund and Molde (the two main population centers in the county of Møre og Romsdal in Fjord Norway) it serves a very important role and sees quite a few of cars each day! The road starts about 30 kilometers south of Kristiansund and ends around 47 kilometers north of Molde. The road includes 8 bridges with a total length of 891 metres. It was also designated a Cultural Heritage Site, is considered a National Tourist Route, and has been recognized as the Norwegian Construction of the Century.

Would you drive on this road!? It looks like an absolutely incredible and breathe taking experience.

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