These photos are taken within a few kilometers from Axelbrottet. Provided by Flickr.
Map with location of Axelbrottet and nearby hotels, spas, camping sites, sights, cafés, restaurants, entertainment venues, schools, shops, banks, parking and public transportation. Provided by Foursquare.
The Battle of Holmengrå (Norwegian: Slaget ved Holmengrå) was a naval battle fought on 12 November 1139 near the island Holmengrå south of Hvaler, between the forces of the child kings Sigurd Haraldsson and Inge Haraldsson on the one side, and on the other side the pretender Sigurd Slembe and his
Stora Drammen is the westernmost point of Sweden. It is an islet northwest of Kosteröarna, off Strömstad in Bohuslän. Its location is .
The Koster Islands (Swedish: Kosteröarna) situated 10 km west of Strömstad, Sweden, comprises an archipelago surrounding the two largest islands, South Koster and North Koster. South Koster has an area of 8 km² and North Koster an area of 4 km²
Tisler is a small island in southeast Norway. The name of the island comes from the Norse word for thistle, ', or ' in Norwegian, coming from the round shape of the thistle's pericarp. Tisler is among the southernmost of the Hvaler islands, which form a municipality in Østfold
Kebal is a locality situated in Strömstad Municipality, Västra Götaland County, Sweden with 258 inhabitants in 2010.
Herføl is a sparsely populated, wooded island in the municipality of Hvaler in Østfold, Norway. The island has an area of 1,9 km² and is designated with postal code 1690.