One of the final highlights of my trip to the Lofoten Islands in Norway was visiting a small little fishing town called Henningsvaer. We went in the early fall which apparently is wet season for Norway, so everything had a deep ominous undertone to it. That and there were no people in a somewhat touristy little island town.
A little info on Henningsvaer:
Henningsvaer is a fishing village located on several small islands off the southern coast of Austvågøya in the Lofoten archipelago in Norway. It is a part of the municipality of Vågan in Nordland county. The village is located about 12 miles southwest of the town of Svolvær. Henningsvær is connected to the rest of Vågan via the Henningsvær Bridges. The village is mostly located on the islands of Heimøya and Hellandsøya.
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