Here in Skjolden at the entry of Sognefjorden, which is the longest fjord in Norway, totaling 205 kilometres, Wittgenstein arrived by boat from Bergen during his travel to Norway in 1913.
“I do believe that it was the right thing for me to come here, thank God. I can’t imagine that I could have worked anywhere as I do here. It’s the quiet and, perhaps, the wonderful scenary; I mean, its quiet seriousness.“
Brev frå Wittgenstein til Moore, oktober 1936