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Bodøsjøen Friluftsmuseum
Norway
The museum houses a collection of 14 old buildings and boathouses, one of which is housing the last of the large boat type named "jekt". During the summer season the museum arranges a lot of open arrangements and events. Read more here: http://www.saltenmuseum.no/content/view/6/6/
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