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Mjelle
Norway
A sunny day at the beach of Mjelle near Bodø in Norway. On a sunny day like this it's one of the most popular destinations for families, and despite the 1 km walk to get here it's lots of families and friends enjoying the great weather (+14 degrees!) :)
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