Lofoten – Anomaly in the Arctic Circle

Archipelago Lofoten in Norway is north of the Arctic Circle. However, during the year have temperatures that contradict with his position. This is because the largest positive temperature anomalies associated with latitude. It makes Lofoten – Arctic paradise. Be prepared. This place is breathtaking.

Here you can find numerous types of sea birds such as sea eagle, cormorant and puffin. Otters are common inhabitants of the island, and from the fish the most abundant is salmon. Thousands of tourists visit Lofoten each year during the four summer months. If you want this summer to explore some new place and enjoy in the beauty of mother nature, amazing landscapes and a lot of another interesting things, than you should visit Lofoten.

Settlers of one of the islands gave Lofoten name meaning “foot lynx”. Another island was baptized “the foot of the wolf”, and in fact, from an aerial perspective these islands really resemble the rates of these animals. However, the entire archipelago called Lofoten and Norwegian Nordland area.

Below you can see awesome photos of Lofoten, that will gonna take your breath away, and will make you to wish to go there one day.

Lofoten - Anomaly in the Arctic Circle

Image by Jakob Nilsson-Ehle via Flickr

Lofoten - Anomaly in the Arctic Circle

Image by Vladimir Tkalčić via Flickr

Lofoten - Anomaly in the Arctic Circle

Image by cristiano corsini via Flickr

Lofoten - Anomaly in the Arctic Circle

Image by Chris Zielecki via Flickr

Lofoten - Anomaly in the Arctic Circle

Image by melenama via Flickr

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