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View towards Bodø from Linkenstia. Bodø, Norway
Norway
View from the first resting place on the way to Linken. The road is used a lot as a quick way to access the nature surrounding Bodø, and gives a lot of spectacular views.
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Tags: bodø; norway; view; summer; nature
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