29 November 2012 00:22 | By Francis Whittaker
14 weird roads from around the world

Trollstigen, Norway



Trollstigen, Norway (© NORSK PRESSE/Rex Features)
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This serpentine road in Norway is known as Trollstigen, which in English means 'troll's path'. It's a major tourist attraction in the country's Rauma region, and has a steep 9% incline and eleven hairpin bends.

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