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Rangeldalen, on the way to Matmora
Norway
An old basement in Rangeldalen on the way to the Matmora peak, Lofoten. The Rangeldalen is easy reached by an old serpentine footpath, which, like the hous in the panorama, originates from 19th century, as iron ore was broken out at this place.
Copyright: Alexander jensko
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