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Tjeldsund bridge
Norway

The Tjeldsund bridge connects Norways larges island Hinnøya to the mainland. Down in the picture you can see Tjeldsundbrua Kro and Motell. They also have cabins/rorbu´s for rental. When crossing the brige to Hinnøya you can drive all the way to Lofoten.

Copyright: Steve Nilsen
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Caricate: 30/12/2009
Aggiornato: 08/09/2014
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Tags: harstad; tjeldsund; tjeldsund brige; tjeldsund bru; rorbu; cabins; lofoten
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