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Godøynes, Nordland, Norway
Norway
Ocean View at Godøynes near Saltstraumen (and 25 km from Bodø) in northern Norway. People have lived in this area for very long, the oldest remains of settlements are dated to 500 BC. This view is from Godøystraumen. Notice the Seagull egg just under the viewpoint ( @ nadir).
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