Is there a fjord in Europe?
There is plenty of fjords in Europe, i.e. in Scandinavia (mainly in Norway)
Skookumchuck Narrows, Toba Inlet, and Ursula Channel (all in British Columbia), Western Brook Pond, Trout Trap Fjord, and Noodleook Fjord (all in Newfoundland and Labrador), Greeley Fjord, Eglinton Fjord, and Clyde Inlet (all in Nunavut) and Alluviaq Fjord, Fjord du Saguenay, and Tursukattaq Fjord (all in Quebec) are just a few examples of fjords to be found in Canada.
A norwegian fjord is a fjord in norway! (a fjord is seawater connected with the sea into the bottom of a valley) The Norwegian Fjord horse (named after the Fjords it lived near.) Is a very old breed and in fact the Vikings used to use them for warfare and even took some with them to Iceland where they helped to contribute to the Icelandic horse breed.
The term fjord has slightly different meanings in different languages and areas. In Norway a fjord is either a long narrow inlet from the sea, or a channel. In eastern Norway it may also mean this same form but include freshwater inlets and channels in lakes. In English usage a fjord has steep sides and is the result of glacial action.