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Stampa winter 02
Norway

3 Stampe is a small lake just a couple of hundred meters from the city heart of Kristiansand located in the Baneheia area. Baneheia is the outdoor area witch is very popular and contains a series of paths and gravel roads to run and walk. Is a network witch stretches several square kilometers. Stampa as local called is a populars swimming water for the peoples in sthe summer.

Copyright: Tor Erik Schrøder
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Geüpload: 30/12/2011
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Tags: outdoors; kristiansand; agder; sørlandet; panorama
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