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Cabins And Apples At Vindedal Camping Laerdal Norway
Norway

Vindedal camping is a small camping I stumbled upon while searching for a camping in the Lærdal area. It is a nice, small and quiet camping located on a mountain slope with a fantastic view of the Sognefjord.

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Uploaded: 17/09/2010
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Tags: nature; outdoor; camping; cabins; apple trees; apples; fruit; sognefjord
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