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Åkrafjord 2012
Norway

The Åkrafjord located in the commune Etne in Sunnhordland in southwest Norway. The north side of the fjord has no roads. You'll find small farms and houses, but also abandoned farms. The Folgefonna National Park extends down to the fjord. On the south side you will find the new road E134. The road passes through long tunnels and impressive bridges. The biggest attraction is the waterfall Langfoss.

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Uploaded: 20/09/2012
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Tags: norwegian; norway; norge; norwegen; hordaland; etne; fjord; waterfall
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