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Far far north, Norway buttressed along the Scandinavian coast a few kilometers up tu the border of Russia. Facing the Barents Sea, Varanger Peninsula appears as an end of the world, isolated, even desolated. Dominated by tundra peeled by wind, snow and reindeer, this huge low altitude plateau is home to countless bogs. The coast alternates cliffs, vast mudflats and sandy beaches. Between land and sea during the short arctic summer, life is yet very intense and numerous species of birds breed in a frenzy of wings and feathers. A trip to the land of sunny nights ...


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