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Langhammar
Gotland

Langhammar is an sea stack (In Swedish "rauk") on Fårö. One of the most well known sea stacks in Sweden. Fårö feature rocky beaches with the Ice Age stone monoliths known as rauks.

Copyright: Fredrik Skog
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Taken: 03/07/2013
Uploaded: 16/03/2014
Updated: 04/04/2014
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Tags: sea stack; sea coast; sunny day; sweden; gotland
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