Considered as one of the most iconic roads in the world, Atlantic Ocean Road is a section of County Road 64 that runs through an archipelago in Eide and Averøy in Møre og Romsdal, Norway.

Atlantic Ocean Road spans a distance of 8.3 kilometres (5.1 miles) and is considered one of the most scenic drives in the world.

It is built on a number of islands which are connected by several causeways, viaducts, and eight beautiful bridges.

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The longest and most prominent of those eight bridges is the 260 meter long Storseisundet Bridge aka 'Road To Nowhere'.

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This amazing road took six long years to finish and was opened to public in 1989.

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You will be surprised to know that during its building process, the construction workers experienced 12 hurricanes. 

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Yes, this breathtaking road also has a well-deserved reputation for being dangerous because of unpredictable snowstorms and blizzards. 

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A whopping amount of 122 million Norwegian krone was spent on it!

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It has been declared the best in the world for road trips,and tourists have described it as 'five miles of sheer insanity and wave-soaked driving'. It is a popular site for filming automotive commercials, and has also been awarded the 'Norwegian Construction of the Century'. 

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Not only this, in calmer weather you might also spot sea eagles, seals, and whales too!

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Along the stretch of this amazing road, there are several viewing platforms meant for tourists to enjoy the scenic beauty of the region.

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In addition to that, there are fjords and mountains inside the road.

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With that once-in-a-lifetime-roller-coaster feel, those curves and dips and turns, it looks no less than a Hot-Wheels play set!

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Maybe that's why it's among the favourite of road trippers and motorcyclists!

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What a view!

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Check out this video to know how it actually feels:

Stunning, isn't it?

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Re-do your bucket list right away!