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Old Sites in outer Syltevika

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Old sites in Outer Syltevika. Two church sites and clustered sites from houses from the Middle Ages and from more recent times, as well as traces of a Stone Age settlement.

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Old Sites in outer Syltevika

Old sites in Outer Syltevika. Two church sites and clustered sites from houses from the Middle Ages and from more recent times, as well as traces of a...

Old Sites in outer Syltevika

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