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101114 015 Bergen Norway City Museum Historical Bryggen Unesco
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Copyright: Louis Alexis Fontaine
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Uploadet: 15/12/2010
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Tags: 101114; bergen; norway; city; museum; historical; bryggen; unesco; norvege; musee; ville
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