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Ravens Gorge viewpoint 2
Norway

If you dare to approach the outer edge of the Ravens gorge you can look straight down 370 meters to the river Tokkeåi flowing between Åmot and Dalen. If you throw a banknote or a handkerchief over the edge, it will soon come back again, blown by the rising air stream from below.

Copyright: Ronald Tichelaar
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Uploaded: 04/10/2013
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