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Træna

Listed under Islands in Nord-Norge, Norway.

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This group of rocky isles looks like hats floating on the surface of the water, with their tall hills surrounded by flatter skirts.  The name is that of the main island, which looks like a three peaked Stetson, as well as the group.  For most of the year this is a very quiet spot, but for a few weeks it's a gathering place for music lovers when it hosts the Træna Festival.

Written by  Emma Montague.

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