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Bodøsjøen Open Air Museum
Norway

Bodøsjøen Open Air Museum is a popular site for outdoor recreational activities, people gather on nice days to stroll along the beautiful pathways, and to look at the breathtaking scenery. The area is open to the public 24/7 - all year, but the buildings are open only on special arrangements and occasions.

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