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City Square concert during NMFU, 2012
Norway
During the annual Music Feast Week in Bodø (Nordland Musikkfestuke (NMFU), there are daily concerts at the city square, free for all to see and listen to. When the weather suddenly turned all sunny after days of rain and fog, the people came to watch too. This is Luftforsvarets Orkester playing.
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