Lofoten Islands


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Lo′fo•ten Is′lands

(ˈloʊˌfʊt n)
n.pl.
a group of islands NW of and belonging to Norway. 63,365; 474 sq. mi. (1228 sq. km).
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In between times, AIDAsol will depart from and return to Hamburg in June on a 17-day cruise to Iceland, Spitzbergen, Norway and the Lofoten Islands.
A Viking feast at the Lofotr Vikingmuseum in the Lofoten Islands - roast meat and veg with a 90-minute visit to a chieftain's house including a performance by some Viking characters - was PS120pp and our trip to the North Cape visitor centre (next stop Svalbard and the North Pole) was PS137pp.
The event also made way for the brand to introduce the Lofoten fall/winter 2017 collection, heavily inspired by the beautiful scenery and dramatic mountains of Lofoten Islands in Norway.
After sailing up the Vestfjord into the northerly Lofoten Islands, we visited a charming old fishing harbour called Nusfjord; its banks were lined with traditional red-painted cottages (red paint, derived from copper and blood, was cheap; the wealthy bought white paint) called rorbus.
The brand recently launched its Lofoten fall/winter collection, which is inspired by the Lofoten Islands in Norway.
Route: Fly Gatwick to Bergen, Norway - Alesund, Norway - Trondheim - Arctic Circle, Crossing - Lofoten Islands - Tromso, Norway - Honningsvag - North Cape Cruising - Kirkenes - Hammerfest - Tromso, Norway - Lofoten Islands - Arctic Circle - Trondheim - Bergen, Norway/return to Gatwick
The sailing on MS Expedition begins north of the Arctic Circle in Tromso and takes in some of Norway's most dramatic landscapes including the Lofoten Islands.
1941: British forces, assisted by Norwegians, raided the Germanoccupied Lofoten Islands, destroying 11 ships.
1941: British forces, assisted by local Norwegians, raided the Germanoccupied Lofoten Islands, destroying 11 ships.
1941: British forces, assisted by local Norwegians, raided the German-occupied Lofoten Islands, destroying 11 ships.
6 23 To which country do the Lofoten Islands belong?
The aurora belt hits Northern Norway in the Lofoten islands and follows the coast all the way to Nordkapp, Europe's northernmost point.