A magnificent and remarkably well-preserved 18th-century palace and grounds.
A fjord in Greenland where a very active glacier called Sermeq Kujalleq calves enormous icebergs into the sea: a breathtaking sight.
The world’s largest and deepest fjords, and breathtakingly beautiful.
A constantly-changing area where the continental rift, volcanoes and glaciers dramatically interact.
An important example of military fortress architecture on a group of islands off Helsinki.
For radio buffs, a surviving operational example of pre-electronic radio technology.
A beautifully-preserved area of wooden houses and warehouses, once part of the Hanseatic League international trading network.
A perfectly-preserved example of a phenomenon unique to rural Sweden: a town shaped by religious and social necessity.
A collection of ancient petroglyphs dating back to the Bronze Age.
An island known for its biodiversity, prehistoric ruins, and ancient agrarian landscape.
A medieval cathedral in a unique mix of styles that inspired cathedrals throughout Northern Europe.
A symbol of Denmark’s former power as it guarded the narrow entrance to the Baltic Sea. Shakespeare’s inspiration for Elsinore.
The place where King Harald Bluetooth in 965 AD declared Denmark a unified country and announced its Christianization.
Remains of a copper mining area that influenced the mining industry worldwide.
Fancifully decorated farmhouses built for special occasions by prosperous farmers.
Historically important to the nation of Iceland, geologically dramatic as well.
An island with no people, where scientists can learn about how species colonize new land.