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The Sami have been transferring their reindeer from Bavttajohka, near Karasjok, to Aissaroive. The real name of this place is Nadjetjohkanjalbmi.

Hei Frans, kjekt med bildet fra toppen av Stangnestinden. Har du flere som viser terrenget i det området? Jeg er spesielt interessert i terrenget utover mot Gulgo. Hilsen Ivar

Med ferga ut gjennom det trange utløpet som en gang også var den viktigste beskyttelsen mot uvær og hard sjø. Rett i sør ligger neste anløp, Kvitsøy, med sine berømte master fra den gang kortbølgesenderen sikret kontakt med skip rundt hele kloden.

The stone formations at Trollholmsund have more reindeer visitors than people. This is a very beatiful area for camping and picnics. Reindeer may pass you and start their swim trips out to islands in the fjord.

Trollholmsund is enveloped in sami myths. This is also a particularly beautiful area for camping and picnics.

This is a special place and special lights. Your photo is wonderful. I like it. Greetings, Joli

Mes amis francais disent que cela c'etait comment la Canabière était il y longtemps. Ceci c'etait surement avant 1940, et meme peut-etre plutot vers 1920. D'ici partaient les bateaux vers toute l'Afrique du nord. Et il y a plus de 2000 ans, on parlait le grec a Marseille.

In Bad Soden, outside Frankfurt am main, you will find one of the world famous architect's houses; a good examle of what a HUNDERTWASSER HOUSE looks like. This photo was taken on 2nd floor of the house. There is also a pleasant park around the house.

nice photograph. Very good timing. I like it. Cheers from india!

hi thanks for being nice about the place which is very near to my home! The sea is mostly dangerous but it is a nice place. If u visit between january and may, the waters would be friendly and u can swim in the sea. Next time please make sure u visit the place during that time. Thank you and cheers from india!



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