Knitting has a long tradition in Norway. The oldest piece of preserved knitted material dates back to sometime between 1476 and 1525.
Certain brands of expensive Swiss watches are favourably priced in Norway, and are guaranteed to be genuine. Many tourists discover that it is very profitable to purchase watches in Norway.
Goldsmith traditions go back more than 2,000 years. Today, as in the past, jewellers set high standards and undertake stringent quality controls with regards to the products being made.
Other popular things to buy whilst on holiday include trolls, pewter, silverware, porcelain, hand-painted wooden articles, goat and reindeer skins, furs, glassware and ceramics.
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Knitted sweaters, watches, jewellery and local food are things you should consider buying when you travel in Norway.
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