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Norwegian County Road 820

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County Road 820 is a 73.1-kilometer (45.4 mi) road in the municipalities of Bø, Øksnes, and Sortland in Nordland County, Norway. It starts in Straumsnes in the municipality of Bø, where it continues south from County Road 901, circles around the west end of Langøya through the Straume Nature Reserve to Straume, and continues east to the Ryggedal Tunnel. It then passes through the municipality of Øksnes along the west shore of Ånnfjord and south shore of Skjellfjord before entering the municipality of Sortland. There it passes along the inner shore of Eidsfjord through Frøskeland, crosses Vikeid, where County Road 956 branches off to Vik, and then runs past the southwest shore of the Vikosen Nature Reserve and along the west side of Sortland Sound, where it terminates in Sortland.
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