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Slevikkilen quay in Fredrikstad municipality, Norway
Norway
A small quay in Slevvikkilen, a small neigbourhood in Fredrikstad municipality in Norway. The path "Kyststien" passes this and many other nice viewspots.
Copyright: Iver Erling Arva
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Uploaded: 07/08/2012
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Tags: nature; quay; neigbourhood; kyststien; path
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