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Nationalpark øvre pasvikdalen

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Pasvikdalen is a valley that stretches southwards through the municipality, and home to Norway’s largest bear population. Øvre Pasvik National Park is located at the southern part of the valley.

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Nationalpark øvre pasvikdalen

Pasvikdalen is a valley that stretches southwards through the municipality, and home to Norway’s largest bear population. Øvre Pasvik National Park is...

Nationalpark øvre pasvikdalen

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