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Panorama picture from Smøla Municipality in Norway




VEIHOLMEN

Smøla lies furthest north in Møre and Romsdal and consists of numerous larger and smaller islands. Furthest north lies the fishing station of Veiholmen where there is always lots of activity with fishing, fishermen, and fishing industry. Smøla has several very interesting small museums, and besides these it has quite a lot of large farms specializing in carrot production.

The main island has Norway's largest lowland prairies, an enormous landscape of bogs and flatland. In a ring around the main island lie small villages with boat houses and wharfs, lovely wooden churches, and widespread fishing and fishing industries.