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Haukeliseter Fjellstue 2012
Norway

In the year 867, the Norwegian Parliament decided to build on Haukelivegen a place to stay. The European Route 134 is one of the most important Norwegian roads and passes around Haukeliseter (1000 m asl) above the tree line. Haukeliseter today is the starting point for many hiking and skiing routes over Hardangervidda.

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Uploaded: 06/09/2012
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Tags: norwegian; norway; norge; norwegen; haukeliseter; fjellstue; e134; hardangervidda
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