Deserted streets in Honningsvag. Almost everything was closed on Sunday.
Mr and Mrs Santa Troll
Part of Honningsvag Port
More of the Harbor
Statue of Bamse, WWII Canine Hero
Pubic Beach in Honningsvag Known as Copa Cabana (from bus)
View from Bus Going to The North Cape
Reindeer on Patches of Snow
Sami Man with His Reindeer Standing by His Tepee
Tepee Frame Shows How Fire is Always Located in The Middle of the Tepee
Close look at a reindeer. The mottled look is caused by shedding of it's winter coat.
Sami Commerce Alive and Well
In June 1988 seven children from different corners of the world were gathered at The North Cape. They stayed here for one week and together created the monument "Barn av Jorden" which means "Children of The Earth. A symbol of cooperation.
Tanzania, Brazil, Japan
Thailand, Italy, Soviet Union and USA
The steep cliff of North Cape is often (mistakenly) referred to as the northernmost point of Europe, located at 71°10′21″N 25°47′40″E, about 2,102 3 kilometres (1,306 3 mi) from the North Pole
The North Cape is the point where the Norwegian Sea, part of the Atlantic Ocean and part of the Artic Ocean meet the Barents Sea. The midnight sun can be seen here from May 14 to July 31st.
In 1533 "Nordkapp"-North Cape was named by Captain Richard Chancellor, English Captain of the Edward Bonaventure
King Oscar II erected this monument at the outermost point of the North as a sign that the kingdom of Norway reached this point