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View over Festvåg from Knausan
Norway

View over Festvåg from Knausan. Mistfjorden/Kjerringøy in the back, and Lofoten Islands in the horizon. The large monolitic mountain is Steigtind.

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Uploaded: 12/09/2012
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Tags: festvåg; bodø; norway; kjerringøy; steigtind; autumn; fjord; mountain
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