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Boathouses at Sandhornøya
Norway

The boathouses at Sandhornøya, located in Nordland, Norway. This island was once the home of the norwegian poet Elias Blix, who have written several of the most known norwegian psalms.

Once a year there is a market in these boatouses, with vendors selling anything from home made hammocks to honey and cakes, and anything inbetween.

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