Norway's legacy of ice 

The Mountains and Fjords of Norway were carved out of stone by Ice-Age glaciers

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This article is a part of a travel series that took Jack from Scotland to the Norweigan arctic. You can find the first three in the series in the Pique on Feb.16, March 1, and March 12 of this year.

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