Last chance to serenade a Norwegian village

Unsworn Industries If you’ve ever had a burning desire to have your voice projected through a megaphone in Norway, today is your last chance. This summer, a group of artists erected a 23-foot-tall, wind-powered “telemegaphone” on top of a mountain in western Norway that overlooks the village of Dale and a scenic fjord. Dial 47 ...

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Unsworn Industries

If you've ever had a burning desire to have your voice projected through a megaphone in Norway, today is your last chance.

This summer, a group of artists erected a 23-foot-tall, wind-powered "telemegaphone" on top of a mountain in western Norway that overlooks the village of Dale and a scenic fjord. Dial 47 90 369389, and your voice will be projected through the telemegaphone and across the scenic Nordic landscape. Sing, yell, yodel, pontificate. Better yet, play a concerto.

Unsworn Industries

If you’ve ever had a burning desire to have your voice projected through a megaphone in Norway, today is your last chance.

This summer, a group of artists erected a 23-foot-tall, wind-powered “telemegaphone” on top of a mountain in western Norway that overlooks the village of Dale and a scenic fjord. Dial 47 90 369389, and your voice will be projected through the telemegaphone and across the scenic Nordic landscape. Sing, yell, yodel, pontificate. Better yet, play a concerto.

Today’s the last day, however. Tomorrow, Sept. 6, the telemegaphone is being turned off — deer season is commencing.

Preeti Aroon was copy chief at Foreign Policy from 2009 to 2016 and was an FP assistant editor from 2007 to 2009. Twitter: @pjaroonFP

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