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14 square meters of Elg souvenirs. The king of the forest deserves a shop of his own!

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The moose is the king of the forest in Norway and so deserves his own shop! The shop however is quite small. Its 14 square meters are filled with Elg products like: T-shirts, hooded tops, caps, socks, underwear, key rings and lots of other fun souvenirs. All Elg related products!

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The moose is the king of the forest in Norway and so deserves his own shop! The shop however is quite small. Its 14 square meters are filled with Elg...

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