Lauters sea-stacks
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全景摄影师 Lennart Mollerstrom EXPERT 日期和时间 14:19, 13/03/2008 - Views loading...


Lauters sea-stacks

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One of the smaller sea-stack fields of Gotland with the famous sea-stack "Kaffepannan" or Coffee pot also called "Hunden" or The Dog. Its charcteristic look guided the fishermen of the near-by fishing village back to shore. The near-by old harbour "Gamle Hamn" is no longer connected to the sea. Near "Gamle Hamn" the remains of an old church can be found.

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A: Langhammar

摄影师Fredrik Skog, 距离此全景7.9

Langhammar is an sea stack (In Swedish "rauk") on Fårö. One of the most well known sea stacks in Swed...


B: Bunge Church

摄影师Lennart Mollerstrom, 距离此全景10.8

Bunge Church

C: Bunge Airfield from the Hangar Roof

摄影师Lennart Mollerstrom, 距离此全景10.8

Bunge Airfield is a privately owned airfield. It was once a military airfield but when the airforce n...

Bunge Airfield from the Hangar Roof

D: Bunge Airfield

摄影师Lennart Mollerstrom, 距离此全景10.8

Bunge Airfield is a former military airport, now privately owned. This image was taken from the roof ...

Bunge Airfield

E: Bunge Airfield

摄影师Lennart Mollerstrom, 距离此全景10.9

Bunge Airfield is a former military airport, now privately owned. This image was taken from the roof ...

Bunge Airfield

F: Gotlandsolja oil well

摄影师Arvid Rudling, 距离此全景17.4

Site of the now-defunct oil drilling on Gotland.

Gotlandsolja oil well

G: Tingstäde fortification

摄影师Arvid Rudling, 距离此全景36.0

Defunct military installation in Tingstäde, Gotland, Sweden

Tingstäde fortification

H: A church on Gotland

摄影师Stefan Geens, 距离此全景45.8

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A church on Gotland

I: Gotland Railway Museum

摄影师Lennart Mollerstrom, 距离此全景55.5

The Swedish island of Gotland had rail road traffic between 1878 and 1960. In 1972 the Gotland Train ...

Gotland Railway Museum

J: Norderport

摄影师Lennart Mollerstrom, 距离此全景57.4

"Norderport" is the "north gate" in the city wall surrounding the old parts of the Hanseatic town of ...


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