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Panorama picture from Seljord Municipality in Norway


The road runs from east to west, making Seljord a traffic junction and trading centre for a large part of Telemark. As a result of the increasing interest in the sea serpent, Selma, both at home and abroad, the municipality opened its own sea serpent centre during the summer of 1993. Documentation and observations relating to the serpent have been gathered here, and products from Seljord are on sale.