Nature has a way to leave us in awe. It is loaded with glorious landscapes, picturesque mountains, breath-taking waterfalls and what not. This world is so full with wonders of nature that we can never have enough of it – whenever we think we have seen it all, we discover yet another place immersed in sheer beauty and majestic features. This is a short video of one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world!
You might have or might not have heard of the Seven Sisters Waterfall. The waterfall is in Norway, located along the Geirangerfjorden and is amongst the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Even though the name gives way a lot about the waterfall, you will experience its grandeur only when you watch it in the video. It is called the Seven Sisters obviously because it is made up of seven different streams. This waterfall is 39th tallest in Norway with the tallest stream measuring up to a 250 meters of free fall.
Once you start the video, you will understand the hype about it – it is simply a treat to your eyes! Water gushing down the green cliff and meeting the turquoise blue waters at the bottom, the waterfall makes the perfect scene. You can easily spend their hours, looking around, admiring the beauty of the waterfall as a rainbow makes it away somewhere in between.
This video of the Seven Sisters will provide you a sense of calmness – maybe due to the peacefulness of its location and the music in the background. Either way, it is very relaxing to watch the water fall. The aerial view gives even more depth to the already delightful view of the Seven Sisters.
When you visit Norway, add Seven Sisters to your list. You wouldn’t want to miss out on one of the most tourist-visited places in the country and video explains why!
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See the spectacular Seven Sisters Waterfall, Norway in the beautiful Geirangerfjord. The fjord is one of Norway's most visited tourist sites and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Posted by Aerial Norway on Wednesday, December 28, 2016
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