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Ulvøysund wharf
Norway

Ulvøysund (Wolf islands sound) wharf is a small place along the inshore channel between Kristiansand and Lilleand, commonly called the Blind channel (Blindleia). Unfortunately most of the houses here are now only summer houses, and very expensive. A very popular and busy area in the summer, but very quiet and nice in the winter.

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Uploaded: 12/01/2009
Updated: 15/02/2012
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Tags: ulvøysund; wharf; sea; winter; cloudy; blindleia
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