Norway Hvittingfoss Komnes Bridge 3
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Norway Hvittingfoss Komnes Bridge 3

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Komnes bridge: a suspension bridge with a span of 99 m over the river Lågen. It is said that when the bus in the 60s was driving over the bridge, all the passengers had to get out of the bus and go over the bridge on foot.

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