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Nigardsbreen glacier lake
Norway

Very special place. We stopped there by accident. Only little sign next to road to Lom. Enjoy the swimming when you are there :) it is onlu 2-3C ;)

Copyright: Jiri Vambera
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Tags: norway; glacier; lake; nature; nigardsbreen
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