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Fish market Kristiansand
Norway

The fish market in Kristiansand or "fiskebrygga" in local is a meating point during the summer months. small boats and tourist eat and drink and have fun along the sea. There are many restaurants and also the local fish market where you can by fresh fish.

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Uploaded: 21/05/2011
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