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Averoy
Norway

Driving from Kristiansund tought the Atlantic Ocean Tunnle to Averoy you may stop at a nice picnic area. From top of the rocks you have a wonderful view to the Atlantic and the stony coastline.

Copyright: Stephan Rautenberg
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Uploaded: 18/10/2010
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