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Norway is officially the best place in the world to live, according to the UN. The country, with more than 30% of the land covered by forests, rivers and lakes. Nearly half is given over to mountain ranges.

Verkselva River Verkselva River Bidermeyer District Gulskogen estate Drammen River
Drammen City Drammen harbour Bragernes Torg Drammen River Drammen
Drammens Theatre The River Festival The River Festival Rock carvings Drammen Pier
Sculpture Sculpture Gulskogen estate Drammen river Drammen river
Drammen Library Drammen river Union brygge Sculpture Sculpture
Sculpture Union Drammen, Union Sculpture Drammen, Union
Drammen, Union Ypsilon, M/S Drammen Ypsilon, Union Drammen river Konnerud Church
Gyldeloeve Brygge, Gyldenløve Gyldeloeve Brygge, Gyldenløve Drammen Union Scene Ypsilon Bridge
Drammen Union Scene Thurmanns vei Ypsilon Bridge Papirbredden, Ypsilon Bridge
Thurmanns vei Thurmanns vei, Drammen Drammensbadet Drammen Museum Drammen Museum
Drammensmarka, Landfallhytta Cabin Drammensmarka Drammensmarka Drammensmarka Drammensmarka
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