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Katterjåkk - view over the Lappland Nationalpark
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In a hotel in Katterjåkk, Lapland, end of May 2011, about midnight, 200 km north from the Arctic Circle and just 2 km to the Riksgränsen in Bjørnefjell. The skiing season was already over and the summer season not open yet, so it was not really easy to find an accommodation by as much as 3° C temperature.

Copyright: Alexander jensko
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Uploaded: 18/11/2011
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Tags: lappland; lapland; norrbottens län; fjell; snow; sweden; laponia; rest; hotel; norway; north; midnight; night; winter; kiruna; narvik
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