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View from Litjtinden, Mjelle, Bodø
Norway
View from below the summit of Litjtinden (715 meters) just outside Bodø, Norway. Picture is approx. 2/3rds up, and the view is towards Steigtind in the south.
Copyright: Tord Remme
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Uploaded: 21/10/2012
Updated: 17/04/2014
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Tags: view from litjtinden; mjelle; bodø; winter; autumn; mountain; sun
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