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The Island Grip

Kristiansund - Norway

The island Grip has a long and stirring history so far back that the origin of the name is unknown. What is found is that people have lived here since the 12th century!

Fourteen kilometers northwest of Kristiansund we find Grip, more than 80 islands and skerries, scattered in the open sea. The fishing village Grip is on the largest island and a few hundred meters further north, we find "Bratthårskollen" with Grip lighthouse. A well known welcomed sight for the thousands of ships, which pass through these waters

As you can see from the pictures, it’s only accessible by the sea,

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