The most beautiful places in the world updated for 2016 are an awe inspiring and humbling sight for any world traveler to behold. In this in depth feature article on beautiful places from around the globe, explore amazing jaw dropping locations in incredible detail and clarity.
There are five parts to this feature, each part contains ten astonishing slides of the most beautiful places in the world.
The Most Beautiful Places in the World
We will share with you ’50 The Most Beautiful Places in the World’. These are unique and wonderful one of a kind locations in different countries that have no easy equal anywhere else on the planet. These most beautiful places in the world are what explorers and global travelers strive to experience in dreams and in aspiration.
50) Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway
The Atlantic Ocean Road is considered to be one of the most spectacular roads in the world. Located closely to the cities of Kristiansund and Molde, this 5 miles road is built on many small islands.
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About The Atlantic Ocean Road
Located in the midwest part of the Norwegian coastline. The Atlantic Ocean Road offers a wide breathtaking sea view and is truly one of the the most beautiful places in the world. Driving along the Atlantic Ocean Road is like teetering on the edge of the sea or a high cliff.
The curvy road dips and arches over the brutal waves of the Norwegian Sea far below. Yet these rough waves frequently crash over the road during severe storms. This unique ocean highway in Norway will take you out to the most remote point where the land ends and the wild untamed ocean begins.
The Atlantic Road is a section of Norway’s national road 64 (Rv 64). The Atlantic road’s unique roller coaster feel, wild bendy bridges and spectacular ocean scenery have made it a favorite of road trippers and bikers from across the globe. The construction of the road commenced on August 1983.
However it was not until six years later before the Atlantic Ocean Road was finally to be finished. Its 8 exhilarating (and sometimes totally terrifying) bridges have become one Norway’s most popular road borne tourist attractions. This Atlantic Road is not for the fain hearted explorer.