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The Beach at Grådusan, Engeløy in Steigen
Norway
Steigen is a small community in Nordland in Norway, with approx. 2600 people (and decreasing!). The group of islands and coastal nature is among the most beautiful spots in Norway, as seen on this sunny day. This beach is only a few meters away from the german WW2 bunker Batterie Dietl.
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Tags: grådusan; engeløy; steigen; beach; ocean; nature; sea; sun
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