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Tueneset Atlantikpark 1
Norway

Tueneset is located west of the city of Ålesund. The Atlantic Sea-Park, one of europes largest saltwater aquariums is located here. The panorama was take on top of a small knoll not far away from the tourist attration.

Copyright: Stephan Rautenberg
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