German WW2 bunker in Bodø, Norway
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German WW2 bunker in Bodø, Norway

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During the german occupation of Norway in 1940-1945 they built a lot of fortresses all over the country. This is inside one small machine gun fortress located in Bodø, once overlooking the city and airport. The location is Trollåsen/Langåsen, but is still commonly reffered to as Tyskhaugen (German Hill)

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A: View from Langåsen. Bodø, Norway

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View from Langåsen. Bodø, Norway, Saltvern School just below viewpoint. Rønvikfjellet (with Linken ra...

View from Langåsen. Bodø, Norway

B: View over Bodø from Tyskhaugen. Bodø, Norway.

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Sunny afternoon in Bodø, Norway. View from the top of an old bunker made during the German Nazi occup...

View over Bodø from Tyskhaugen. Bodø, Norway.

C: Garden in Bodø, Norway

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A garden in Bodø, June 2012. Juju the Panodog carefully watching. This location is also used for the ...

Garden in Bodø, Norway

D: Northern Lights over Rønvik Kirke

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Aurora Borealis coloring the sky over Bodø City. Picture taken near Rønvik Kirke.

Northern Lights over Rønvik Kirke

E: The old Academy for Teachers. Bodø, Norway

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Lærerskola in Rønvik, Bodø - was in use until 1994 when the study was relocated at Høgskolen i Mørkve...

The old Academy for Teachers. Bodø, Norway

F: View over Bodø from Ravnflåget. Bodø, Norway

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Once a year a trekking march is arranged in Bodø, participants walk their choise of 3 or 7 mountain p...

View over Bodø from Ravnflåget. Bodø, Norway

G: View from Ravnflåget

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View from Ravnflåget near Bodø, August. Fog from the ocean is pouring in over the city.

View from Ravnflåget

H: The Duck Pond

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Near the centre of the prehistoric origins of old Bodø is this picturesque spot, at a farm keeping ho...

The Duck Pond

I: Winter Sunset at Rønvikfjellet, Bodø

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View over Bodø from Rønvikfjellet near Linken (the nearby tower) - the area is named after the tower ...

Winter Sunset at Rønvikfjellet, Bodø

J: View towards Bodø from Linkenstia. Bodø, Norway

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View from the first resting place on the way to Linken. The road is used a lot as a quick way to acce...

View towards Bodø from Linkenstia. Bodø, Norway

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