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Honningsvag, Arctic Circle, Norway : Stock Photo
Honningsvag claims to be the northernmost city in Norway and even in the world. People have lived in this area as far back as 10,300 years ago. The sea was probably the main food supplier for this prehistoric settlement.

Honningsvag, Arctic Circle, Norway

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Honningsvag claims to be the northernmost city in Norway and even in the world. People have lived in this area as far back as 10,300 years ago. The sea was probably the main food supplier for this prehistoric settlement.
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