Molde, Norway, lies 230 mi/370 km northwest of Oslo amid the spectacular fjord country on the coast between Bergen and Trondheim. The town sits beneath glacial cliffs, which protect it from the harsh elements, and it's blessed with a comparatively mild climate. Unfortunately, Molde was destroyed during World War II—it looks more modern than many other coastal towns—but you can still get a feel for the area's history by visiting the Romsdal Museum (http://www.romsdalsmuseet.no), which contains 45... Subscribe to travel42 to read the full Destination Guide.
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