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Rock carvings in Kvalsund

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There are 3 stones featuring 2,500-year old rock carvings in Kvalsund town centre. Location: By the Information Board and the post office.

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Rock carvings in Kvalsund

Rock carvings in Kvalsund

There are 3 stones featuring 2,500-year old rock carvings in Kvalsund town centre. Location: By the Information Board and the post office....

Rock carvings in Kvalsund

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