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The Mollestad Oak
Norway

A 1000 year old Giant. This is one of the biggest trees in Norway with regard to thickness and circumference. The tre is hollow, but it is still growing. The hole in the middle has a diameter of 1,30m.

Copyright: Kyrre andersen
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Resolution: 9998x4999
Geüpload: 12/05/2012
Geüpdatet: 23/05/2012
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