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  • Julia Hodge

    Trolltunga, Troll's tongue rock, Norway. Now on my bucket list, go there and sit on the edge.

  • Hannah Ogden

    Trolltunga (Troll's Tongue) is a piece of rock that stands horizontally out of the mountain above Skjeggedal in Odda, Norway. On bucket list to see the view from here!

  • sKYDiva

    #Bucket #list #1: Take in the view from Norway's Trolltunga Rock. #travel #must_visit

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    Trolltunga, Norway #earth #planet #beautiful #places #travel #one #universe #place #nature #green #world

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