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Midnight sun seen from Bremnes, Bodø
Norway
Midnight Sun seen from Bremnes, Bodø. The area is scattered with remans of old WW2 bunkers that the germans built. In 1946 it was taken over by the norwegian military forces. The military presence was terminated in 1994 and since that it has been restored as a popular recreational area for the locals.
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Tags: bremnes; bodø; midnight sun; ocean; forest; night; nature; sunset; hdr
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