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The man from Lebesby - Lebesbymannen

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Lebesbymannen exhibition - Local history exhibition featuring Anton Johansen, a local man who had visions of war and catastrophe, and did everything in his power to prevent his visions from becoming reality. A stone monument to Johansen has been erected in the cemetery in Lebesby. Location: Care centre at Lebesby near RV 888, together with Tourist Information. Opening hours: 15 Jun – 15 Aug, Mon-Fri 10.00-18.00.

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The man from Lebesby - Lebesbymannen

Lebesbymannen exhibition - Local history exhibition featuring Anton Johansen, a local man who had visions of war and catastrophe, and did everything...

The man from Lebesby - Lebesbymannen

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