Verdens Ende at the southernmost tip of the island of Tjøme in Vestfold county, Norway, with a reconstructed tipping lantern, a port and the visitors' centre for Færder National Park. Photo: Karl Ragnar Gjertsen, 2017
Verdens Ende ("World's End", or "The End of the Earth" in Norwegian) is located at the southernmost tip of the island of Tjøme in Færder municipality, Norway.
It is composed of various islets and rocks and is one of the most popular scenic spots in the area, with panoramic views of the Skagerrak and fishing facilities. It also has a replica of an old Vippefyr, an early type of beacon or lighthouse, erected in 1934.
At Verdens Ende is the vistitors' centre of Færder National Park, a large section of outer Oslofjorden; the national park covers 340 square kilometres of mainland, islands, skerries and sea bed in the municipality of Færder.
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