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Juvet in Songdalen
Norway

Juvet, a nice and dramatic gorge in Songdalen, Norway, where they used to have night performances.

Copyright: Bjørn K Nilssen
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Uploaded: 15/05/2009
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Tags: juvet; songdalen; sørlandet; norway; norge
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