We're headed for a part of Norway that faces the Barents Sea and Russia for today's Geo Quiz.
We're looking for the name of the country's north-eastern-most fjord. A fjord is created when ocean water fills a space carved out by a glacier. Boston Globe travel writer Tom Haines is there.
"It's a long and narrow fjord, perhaps the only fjord in Norway that actually opens on the eastern end pointing towards Russia...and if you're out there on a boat you're among Beluga whale, porpoises, and Atlantic salmon depending on the time of the year...today at the height of summer its 70 degrees and sunny here, the water is shimmering silver and it will be right like this pretty much till midnight, when the sun will dip down for a few minutes and then turn, and come back up again for another 24 hour day"
So we're looking for the name of the fjord near Norway's border with Russia?