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The Forgotten Town, Sculpture in Gildeskål, Norway.
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The Forgotten Town. (Den glømda staden). Sculpture in Gildeskål, Norway by Jan Håfström (Sweden), made in 1996, and constructed by local villagers in cooperation with the artist.

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