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Keiservarden, Bodø, Norway
Norway
Keiservarden is one of the most popular destinations for a short walk among the residents of Bodø. It has it's name from a visit by the german Keiser Wilhelm a century ago. Last year a plaque was mounted on the summit with pointers to all the visible summits you can see from this spot - but that's on a good day! This day (8th of May 2012) it was still snow and in some directions the sight was minimal, but still a lot of bikers and walkers had found their way to the top.
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