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Tuddal church 2012

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The connection from East to West Norway leads from Drammen to Haugesund about the Haukelifjell. Wikinger Pilgrims, who visited the stave church Røldal, used the Haukelivegen. A little out of the E134, on the mountain road from Sauland to Rjukan, lies the small town Tuddal.

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