A long road across the Atlantic


Image Credit: Giorgio Ghezzi

The Atlantic Road was privileged as Construction of the Year in Norway in 2005. The National Tourist Route goes between Kristiansund and Molde, two famous town of Norway. These two are the chief populace hubs in the region of Western Norway. The Atlantic Road is an 8.3 kilometer lengthy division of County Road 64 which runs through an archipelago.


Image Credit: Kulfoto

The road passes by Hustadvika, a desolate portion of the Norwegian Ocean. The construction is manufactured on numerous tiny islets that are linked by roads, overpasses and eight bridges. The lengthiest and most bulging of the bridges is Storseisundet Bridge that is 260 meter extended.


Image Credit: Harald Mownickel


Image Credit: IMGUR

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