Atlanterhavsveien — Norway’s Atlantic Ocean Road
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County Road 64, also known as The Atlantic Ocean Road, is an 8.3-kilometer (5.2 mile) stretch of pavement through island & peninsulas consisting of beautiful arching bridges and scenic causeways that are only 6.5 meters (21 feet) wide.
Storseisundet Bridge is the longest bridge of eight bridges that make up Atlanterhavsveien, and is the most frequently photographed feature of The Atlantic Ocean Road. It’s been called “The road to nowhere” because, when photographed at the right angle, it can appear as if the bridge leads to a plummet directly into Norwegian Sea.