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Laerdalstunnelen: the longest road tunnel in the world at 15.4 miles long, between Laerdal and Aurland, Norway. Various coloured lights are employed to psychologically split the tunnel into sections for drivers. : Stock Photo

Laerdalstunnelen: the longest road tunnel in the world at 15.4 miles long, between Laerdal and Aurland, Norway. Various coloured lights are employed to psychologically split the tunnel into sections for drivers.

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Oxford Scientific
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Laerdalstunnelen The Longest Road Tunnel In The World At 154 Miles Long Between Laerdal And Aurland Norway Various Coloured Lights Are Employed To Psychologically Split The Tunnel Into Sections For Drivers Stock Photo 121787730Europe,Road Tunnel,Tunnel,Blue,Cave,Circle,Color Image,Cross Section,Curve,Dividing,Empty,Green Color,Horizontal,Illuminated,Leaving,Lighting,Mental Health,Mental Health Professional,Night,No People,Norway,Norwegian Culture,Photography,Road,Scandinavia,Scandinavian,Split,UndergroundPhotographer Collection: Oxford Scientific