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Ássebákti Cultural and Nature Trail

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Ássebákti Cultural and Nature Trail is a 3.5-km long trail providing an opportunity to become better acquainted with parts of the pre-history of the Sami culture. There are over a hundred ancient cultural monuments along the trail. Location: 16 km west of Karasjok, signposted from highway (RV92).

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Ássebákti Cultural and Nature Trail

Ássebákti Cultural and Nature Trail is a 3.5-km long trail providing an opportunity to become better acquainted with parts of the pre-history of the...

Ássebákti Cultural and Nature Trail

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