Molde

    Molde (Romsdalsfjord, Norway): cruises in a port

    Viewing of a cruise from the port Molde (Romsdalsfjord, Norway). Ordering a cuise from ports of Norway online. Quantity of ships in the port Molde (Romsdalsfjord, Norway), cruises from a port Hurtigruten.

    The city is perfect for entertainment and relaxation. The altarpieces, mosaics and glass paintings as well as the 60 houses in the typical traditional Fjord country style are particularly lovely. The entire island is set out in the form of a fishing village. Sights include: the Molde cathedral, built in 1957, the town hall dating from 1966 with a little rose garden on its roof, Romsdal Museum, and the medieval church on the island of Veøy. .

    Photo: Clemensfranz / Wikipedia, (CC BY-SA 3.0)


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