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A new wharf in Kjøpmannsvik
Norway

Kjøpmannsvik (storekeepers cove) is a small port between Kristiansand and Lillesand where there, as the name suggests, used to be a small shop selling groceries and other stuff.

Copyright: Bjørn K Nilssen
Type: Spherical
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Chargée: 12/01/2009
Mis à jour: 30/09/2014
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Tags: kjøpmannsvik; sea; wharf; kristiansand; lillesand; blindleia; høvåg; winter
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