ost in the late Middle Age, is located on the northern shore of the Romsdalsfjord on Norway's Romsdal Peninsula.
The city has a maritime, temperate climate, with cool-to-warm summers, and relatively mild winters.
Molde is famous for its flowers, and for the panoramic view it offers of some 222 partly snow-clad peaks, often called the Molde panorama.
Molde, Norway is commonly called the "City of Roses" because of the roses that bloom through the summer months and on into the fall across this northern hemisphere city. In all of my travels I have never seen so many flowers in a city of comparable size. On this page I've posted a few photos I took while visiting this charming Norway Fjord town in the month of July. I don't know the names of all of the flowers shown, but I hope you enjoy them nevertheless.