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  1. BROKEN COLUMN

    Antony Gormley is the artist behind the artwork "Broken Column", an original art installation consisting of 23 sculptures placed around the City of Stavanger.
    Photo:Terje Rakke 2002 ©Rogaland Reiseliv
    Photo:Stavanger kommune 2001 ©Stavanger kommune
  2. Inverness

    Inverness is also known as the 'capital of the Highlands', and is certainly the largest conurbation in this part of Scotland.
    Photo:Visit Scotland 24/01/06 ©Visit Scotland
  3. Yell

    Yell is Shetland's second-biggest island (83 square miles/212km2) and probably the Otter capital of Britain.
  4. Kirkwall

    Kirkwall is the first North Sea Cycle Route stop in the Orkney Islands.
  5. Tongue

    Tongue is the next rest stop on from Thurso.
  6. Arbroath

    The Royal Burgh of Arbroath or Aberbrothock is the largest burgh in the council area of Angus in Scotland, and has a population of approximately 23,000 people.
  7. St Andrews

    St Andrews is the world famous 'home of golf', and is also home to Scotland's oldest University.
  8. Holidays at the turn of the tide ? the North Sea health spa Büsum

    Ever since the first bathing machines were pushed on to the beach in 1837, Büsum has borne the title of North Sea spa. In the meantime, the former fishing village has developed into a popular and lively holiday resort.
  9. Åkrehamn - picturesque harbour and one of Norway's finest beaches

    <p>The settlement of Åkrehamn and the nearby beach offer plenty to the cycling tourist.
  10. 'Vestlandske Hovedveg' - an old and demanding road!

    <P>The road 'Vestlandske Hovedveg' is a beautiful part of the North Sea Cycle Route in Rogaland - but it is also the most demanding section. The path follows a straight line without any consideration for the steep hills!</P>

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