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Solvorn, the centre of the village
Norway

Solvorn is a Norwegian village in the Luster county at the Lusterfjord. It counts about 200 residents. A ferry line connects Solvorn with Urnes, another village with one of the oldest Norwegian wooden churches (stavkirke).

Copyright: Alexander jensko
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Tags: solvorn; sogn i fjordane; norway; ferry; urnes; ornes
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