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The Bakke bridge in Sira

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The Bakke bridge in Sira Photo: mh
The Bakke bridge in Sira Photo: Smaabykontoret
The Bakke bridge in Sira Photo: mh
The Bakke bridge in Sira Photo: Smaabykontoret
The Bakke bridge in Sira Photo: turistkontor
The Bakke bridge in Sira Photo: turistkontor

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Hanging bridge completed in 1844. Beautiful architecture. Tower built from natural stone. Protected in 1959.

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The Bakke bridge in Sira

Hanging bridge completed in 1844. Beautiful architecture. Tower built from natural stone. Protected in 1959....

The Bakke bridge in Sira

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