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Bremsneshola

The second to last hike my Norwegian friend and I did together last summer was to Bremsneshola, the largest cave in Norway, going 80 meters deep into the mountain. In the cave many finds have been made of the almost 10.000-year-old Fosna culture, a Late Palaeolithic/early Mesolithic hunter-gatherer culture with settlements along the coast of Northern Norway. The best of both worlds if you ask me, since I love nature and archaeology! The area was stunning, the weather was stunning, everything was stunning! ❤

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