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Vestpollen viewpoint at the Austnesfjord
Norway
Rest area and viewpoint at the Austnesfjord in Lofoten. The open view of the alpine fjord landscape and look at the chapel in Sildpollneset are quality characteristics of this point. The former rest area led to excessive wear in the field. To reduce the wear and tear, a wooden structure was built to the highest point. In 2009, a horizontal wooden platform was built to make the area barrier-free. http://www.turistveg.no
Copyright: Alexander jensko
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Uploaded: 03/09/2011
Updated: 06/08/2014
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Tags: austnes; fjord; barrier-free; sildpollneset; chapel; viewpoint; plattform; outlook; norway; lofoten; nature
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