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Breiva, Bodø
Norway
The river Breiva runs from Soløyvannet to the sea, it's 3-4 kilometer only, but is a popular recreational area for the locals all year. Recent years the river banks has been upgraded with walking paths and frequent facilities for play and barbequing.
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Uploaded: 15/07/2012
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