Geirangerfjorden (Geirangerfjorden) is the southernmost county of Moeller-Romsdal in Norway A fjord in the southern Moeller region. It is a branch of the Stewarfjord and is 15 kilometers long. At the source of the fjord lies the small village Geiranger. The fjord is one of Norway’s most popular tourist destinations. It was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site together with the Nærøyfjord in 2005, although it is now threatened by the disputed plan to establish a power line across the fjord . The Geirangerfjord is under constant threat from the Akerneset mountain, which is about to erode the fjord. A collapse will produce a tsunami that strikes several nearby towns, including Geiranger and Heller, within 10 minutes. There are a large number of abandoned farms along the banks of the fjord, and some restoration work has begun. Among them, the most tourists are Skagefla, Knivsfla and Blomberg. Skagefla can also be reached on foot from Geiranger, and several other farms need to be visited by boat. There are also some magnificent waterfalls in the fjord.
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