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Kristiansand Odderøya Amfi

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Panorama taken at Odderøya Amfi teather in Kristiansand Norway. Kristiansand is the 5 largest town in Norway with over 80000 peoples. The town lies at the southern tip of Norway and its the link to Europe. The amfi are used for big concerts and festivals and its can hold up to 25000 peoples. In august 2010 the artist P!nk had her last concert for her world tour.

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A: Ozzy is coming

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Getting ready to the saturday Ozzy Osbourne concert at Odderøya amfi in Kristiansand Norway. This is ...

Ozzy is coming

B: Winter in East Harbour/Gravane

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A cold and nice winer day in Kristiansands East Harbour, Gravane and Nodeviga

Winter in East Harbour/Gravane

C: Fish market Kristiansand

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The fish market in Kristiansand or "fiskebrygga" in local is a meating point during the summer months...

Fish market Kristiansand

D: Kristiansand sandsymposium 3

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 This is sand sculptures made for the city by nationally and internationally artists and sculptures. ...

Kristiansand sandsymposium 3

E: Kristiansand sandsymposium

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This is sand sculptures made for the city by nationally and internationally artists and sculptures. I...

Kristiansand sandsymposium

F: Kristiansand sandsymposium 2

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 This is sand sculptures made for the city by nationally and internationally artists and sculptures. ...

Kristiansand sandsymposium 2

G: Christiansholm fortress

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The old Christiansholm fortress in Kristiansand, Norway, with some boats at sunset. It is located in ...

Christiansholm fortress

H: Moon aboveTresse

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A cold night with a beautiful moon above Christiansholm fortress and Tresse (the retranchement), and ...

Moon aboveTresse

I: Tangen by night

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

Tangen by night

J: Christiansholm fortress in moonlight

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A cold and moonlit night by the local fortress, Christiansholm

Christiansholm fortress in moonlight

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Europe is presently uniting into one political and economic zone with a common currency called the Euro. The European Union originated in 1993 and is now composed of 27 member states. Its headquarters is in Brussels, Belgium.

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Text by Steve Smith.