Q. How are the fjords formed? Why do they constitute some of the most picturesque areas of the world?
Fjords are stunning, narrow inlets or bays that are typically surrounded by steep cliffs and are characterized by their unique geological formation. These natural wonders are predominantly found in areas with glaciated landscapes. The formation of fjords involves a combination of glacial activity, erosion, and sea-level changes. Here’s an overview of the process: