Klauvaneset

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The cable-stayed section of the Nordhordland Bridge is anchored to Klauvaneset Nordhordlandsbrua 2009 3.JPG
The cable-stayed section of the Nordhordland Bridge is anchored to Klauvaneset

Klauvaneset is a small peninsula in the northern part of Åsane in Bergen Municipality in Vestland county, Norway. It is the site of the southern part of the Nordhordland Bridge. [1]

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References

  1. "Klauvaneset, Bergen (Vestland)" (in Norwegian). yr.no . Retrieved 2020-02-29.

Coordinates: 60°31′05″N5°16′50″E / 60.5181°N 5.2806°E / 60.5181; 5.2806