20 Jan 2014

Undredal, Norway

Undredal is a popular tourist destination and is located at the Aurlandsfjord. Until 1988 it could only be reached by boat. There are only about 100 inhabitants and about 500 goats. The village is famous for the brown goat cheese which is still traditionally made. It also has the smallest stave church in Northern Europe.
This nice card was given to me by Ursula Schwarz who received it from friends.

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