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Traena, Nordland, Northern Norway
The municipality of Traena consists of over one thousand small islands off the coast of Norway, of which four are populated: Husoy, Selvaer, Sanna, and Sandoy.
Because of its spectacular skerries and mountains, as shown above, they are perhaps the most distinctive of all the island communities off the Norwegian coast.
The Arctic Circle passes through the Traena archipelago, and the midnight sun is visible for six weeks from the end of May.
PHOTO SOURCE: Frithjof Rure, Innovation Norway, courtesy of the Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry.
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