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Forgotten Places

(June 19–27, 2010)

Andy Savage

Former Friar Gate Railway Line Over Friar Gate Bridge

Jon Stabell Sauge


Oslo, Norway

June 27, 2010, midnight

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"Dyssa", Rødtangen, Hurum, Norway.

Inside "Dyssa," Norway's oldest known existing structure, a megalithic tomb, built in the stone age, about 5,000 years ago. Originally one of four known tombs in the area, this is the last one still standing. The roof-stone was in place until the 19th Century.

Panorama shot at midnight.

Inne i "Dyssa", Norges eldste eksisterende byggverk, en megalittgrav bygget i yngre steinalder, ca. 5000 år siden.

Dette er den siste av fire kjente megalittgraver på Hurumlandet, og den eneste i Norge som fortsatt står i sine opprinnelige omgivelser.

Taksteinen var på plass inntil en gang i det 19.århundre.

Panorama fotografert ved midnatt.

Utfyllende info i lenkene under.
Utfyllende info: http://hurumhistorielag.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=12&Itemid=16 http://www.hurum.kommune.no/dyssa-og-roysene.html
Canon 5D, Nodal Ninja panohead, Autostitch (It´s a kind of magic :).

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