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Local History Exhibition - Syltefjord

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At Syltefjord School there is a local history exhibition that includes hunting and fishing implements, and some magazines and papers from the early 1900s.

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Local History Exhibition - Syltefjord

At Syltefjord School there is a local history exhibition that includes hunting and fishing implements, and some magazines and papers from the early...

Local History Exhibition - Syltefjord

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