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Ice cave Leirbreen glacier
Norway

Standing in front of an ice cave at the Leirbreen glacier in Jotunheimen National Park in Norway. Ice caves or glacier caves are formed by running water beneath the glacier. Store Smørstabbtind (2208 m/7244 ft) is seen in the southeastern direction. The image location is 1529 m/5016 ft above sea level.

Read more about the Jotunheimen National Park at Wikipedia or at VisitNorway.com

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