Dandelion field in Valle, Norway
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Dandelion field in Valle, Norway

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Beautiful spring and an field of dandelions in picturesqe Valle Norway. The latin name for dandelions are taraxacum officinale. Valle is a village situated in the long valley called Setesdalen. The area and valley are very popular to tourist. More info can be found at: 


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