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Haugesund Kystverket 2012
Norway

Haugesund is a young trading town on the southwest coast of Norway. The town was founded end of the 19th Century, the time of the herring fishery. The community is divided between the mainland and several islands. On the island Hasseløy you will find the Norwegian authority Kystverket. It is responsible for coastal navigation infrastructure, pilotage and harbour and port infrastructure, including lighthouses.

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Uploaded: 22/09/2012
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