Borga Eggum

Borga Eggum

smallest tourist attraction on the Lofoten, a German radar station from WW2

Location: 

Eggum, Norway

Duration: 

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Journey: 

Personal highlights

  1. Eggum: small fishing village on the Lofoten Island with a special ruin
  2. Ruins: remains of a German radar station from the second world war
  3. Lofoten: beautiful and idyllic group of fishermen islands in northern Norway
  4. Amphitheatre: new resting place for tourists to witness the midnight sun
  5. Journey: spending one day on the Lofoten on my way to the North Cape

Image sources

  1. Ruin of a Building at Eggum
  2. Amphithearest rest place of Eggum
  3. Overlooking the Sea of Lofoten
  4. Road to Eggum on Lofoten
  5. Norwegian Red House

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