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The sami church at Aissaroaivi

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The Sami Church at Áissároaivi. Consecrated in 1962. Church services, etc. Location: Sennalandet, between Alta and Kvalsund beside E6.

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The sami church at Aissaroaivi

The Sami Church at Áissároaivi. Consecrated in 1962. Church services, etc. Location: Sennalandet, between Alta and Kvalsund beside E6....

The sami church at Aissaroaivi

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