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Kvalsund Bridge
Norway

Suspension bridge over the Kvalsund that separates the island Kvalöya from the norwegian mainland. Across the bridge  the road  is connecting the mainland to Hammerfest, one of the northernmost cities in the world.

Copyright: Martin Hertel
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11556x5778
Uploaded: 29/09/2012
Updated: 16/06/2014
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Tags: bridge; kvalsund; hammerfest; kvalöya; island; norway
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