Norway isn't just famous for its Fjords and waterfalls. It has a lot more to offer. Here an aerial shot from a valley where you can imagine, that this was once all a white blanket of glacier ice. It's crazy how the world changes every day, isn't it?
Norway's thrill hill.
The Holmenkollen ski jump was first constructed in 1892 and has been rebuilt numerous times,
remaining a distinctive part of Oslo's skyline. The cool, futuristic-looking structure you see today was
finished in 2010, and is one of Norway’s most recognized landmarks.
Oslo is one of the few capitals in the world where you can ski within the city limits. During the winter season, no one is surprised to see locals in ski clothing carrying their skis through the streets of Oslo, on their way to Holmenkollen and #Frognerseteren, located just a short metro ride from the city center.
Photo by Andreas Bache-Wiig for @visitoslo.