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Selvika cultural monuments

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A popular recreational area adapted for visitors. Prepared trails and campfire sites. The landscape and culture here in the North are very vulnerable to encroachment. In order to protect cultural monuments from damage, you are requested to exercise due and proper care, and to keep to the marked trails. Accessible to the disabled. The cultural monuments are protected. Historical hiking trail.
Location: Located along Highway RV 889, 15 km from Havøysund.

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  • Nature and terrain

    • hiking area
    • lake
    • view
    • beach
    • resting place

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Selvika cultural monuments

A popular recreational area adapted for visitors. Prepared trails and campfire sites. The landscape and culture here in the North are very vulnerable...

Selvika cultural monuments

Source: Visitnorway

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