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Royrodden - Arak Route In Nissedal Norway
Norway

Camping on a beach along the Røyrodden - Årak route.

The area behind the tent is called the burial ground Røyrodden, Norwegian for heap of stones. Archeologist belief the graves around here are from the iron age (400-1050).

Copyright: Ronald Tichelaar
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送信日: 30/11/2013
更新日: 14/07/2014
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Tags: camp; camping; beach; tent; nature; outdoors; burial ground; røyrodden; royrodden; nissedal; norway
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