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Long, narrow, oil-rich Scandinavian country on the northwestern edge of the European continent. Norway's weather-battered coastline is a breathtaking assemblage of mountains, cliffs, and fjords, difficult to traverse, but wide open to surf generated from storms near the Arctic Circle and Greenland. The Jæren region, a stretch of coast near the southern tip of Norway between Stavanger and Eigersu...

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