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Mardalsfossen

Listed under Waterfalls in Ostlandet, Norway.

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Another tall one, the Mardalsfossen approaches 700m, with a large single drop of 300m. Harnessed for hydroelectric power.

Written by  waterfallboy.

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Both of the pictures aren't the Mardalsfossen. The Mardalsfossen is a mighty waterfall in the Eikesdalen in Norway. A must to see: www.europeanwaterfalls.com/waterfall-database/?wcteid=1003

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