Geirangerfjord, Norway - Photographs - 1908
Photographs of the Geiranger Fjord and Village of Merok near Ålesund, Norway taken in 1908 and published by the Hamburg-Amerika Linie in the Book: Nordland Fahrten. The Geirangerfjord (Geirangerfjorden) is a fjord in the Sunnmøre region, located in the southernmost part of the county Møre og Romsdal in Norway. It is a 15km long branch of the Storfjord (Great Fjord). At the head in the fjord lies the small village of Geiranger.
Photo 097: View of a coastal steamer at the village of Merok in Geiranger Fjord, Norway.
Photo 098: The Seven Sisters waterfalls located a few kilometers from the village of Gieranger. Seven Sisters is aptly named from the seven separate streams that join at the top of the falls.
Photo 099: View of the Fjord and coastal steamer from the village of Merok in Geiranger Fjord, Norway.
Photo 100: Country road at the village of Merok with the Roman inspired Arched bridge over the roadway.
Photo 101: View of Merok and the Fjord
Photo 102: View of the village of Merok as seen from across the Fjord. Visable are a number of farm buildings, Church and the village of Merok on the far right side.
Photo 104: View of the landscape on the way to the hotel Udsigten at Merok
Photo 105: View of the hotel guests relaxing on the front porch.
Photo 106: Hotel Udsigten in Merok - The hotel is located high in the hills near the top center of the photograph.
Photo 107: Waterfall at the hotel Udsigten at Merok