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Kaffistova Book-Café

Kaffistova Book-Café Photo: Den norske bokbyen Kaffistova Book-Café Photo: Den norske bokbyen
Kaffistova Book-Café Photo: Den norske bokbyen
Kaffistova Book-Café Photo: Den norske bokbyen

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Lunch-café serving home-made food in the Booktown, in Mundal.
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Kaffistova Book-Café

Lunch-café serving home-made food in the Booktown, in Mundal....

Kaffistova Book-Café

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