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Stangenes
Norway

Stangenes along the sea just outside Kristiansand. This area is a very popular summerhome earea with lots of small old house that are used in the summer. The area is known for its beautiful costal scenery with smal islands witch can be used for recreation.

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Uploaded: 03/05/2011
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