Byglandsfjorden, Bygland Municipality, Norway
A beautiful lake which was located in the heart of Agder which was very vast in area. It is home for so many species of fishes and It is also one of the main water resources for the area and also it is one of the good picnic spots. Daily a lot of people visit this place and spends some leisure time in the banks of this lake.
Attractions near Byglandsfjorden
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