The capitol of kicksleds in Norway

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Tynset's most photographed object stands on Tynset square. The kick is 6 times the size of a regular kick with its length of 11.60 meters, height of 5.25 meters and width of 3.72 meters. 

The reason why this huge kick stands right in the center of the city is that Norax, a local industrial company, produced kicks from 2002 to 2020. This production has now been discontinued, but they have honored this means of transport as a large sculpture right in the heart of Tynset. Tynset is known as the kick capital of Norway and kicking is in the soul of those who live there. 

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The capitol of kicksleds in Norway

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Tynset Torg, 2500, Tynset

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