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Hustad, Sandhornøya
Norway

The panoramic view from the beach near Hustad Camping in Sandhornøya in Nordland county. The island is named from the moountain Sandhornet, ( the large mountain in the picture), which is 993 meters tall, and possible to climb without any equipment on nice days.

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Tags: hustad; sandhornøya; camping; sea; ocean; sun; summer; beach; grass
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