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Tangen Kristiansand

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Tangen is a newly apartments area situated right in the heart of Kristiansand. The city beach is just meters away and most apartmens can see the sea also. The working area beside is the new Aquarama water and sports arena witch will be finished in a couple of years.

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A: Aquarama1

Kyrre Andersen作, ここから30メートル


B: Kristiansand city beach

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Kristiansand city beach is situated right in the heart in the city and is very popular in all season ...

Kristiansand city beach

C: Aquarama 2

Kyrre Andersen作, ここから120メートル

Aquarama 2

D: Tangen VGS

Kyrre Andersen作, ここから130メートル

Tangen VGS

E: Kristiansand Høivold brygge

Tor Erik Schrøder作, ここから130メートル

Panorama taken at the Høyvold brygge in Kristiansand Norway. The housing complex is of never date and...

Kristiansand Høivold brygge

F: Tangen by night

Bjørn K Nilssen作, ここから190メートル

From Tangen peninsula, by NRK, the Norwegian Public Broadcast Companys building. Close to he local Ci...

Tangen by night

G: Sprayboks apartment

Tor Erik Schrøder作, ここから310メートル

 Backyard graffiti artists have made pieces in an apartment on the walls. Go to www.sprayboks.no for ...

Sprayboks apartment

H: Christiansholm fortress in moonlight

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A cold and moonlit night by the local fortress, Christiansholm

Christiansholm fortress in moonlight

I: Bernt Balchen statue.

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Bernt Balchen, (23 October 1899-17 October 1973), a winner of the distinguished Flying Cross was a na...

Bernt Balchen statue.

J: Kristiansand

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Kristiansand (formerly Christian Sand) is a town and municipality in Vest-Agder county, and is also t...


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