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UKA Photo: Tom Gustavsen
UKA Photo: Tom Gustavsen

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UKA is Norway’s largest cultural festival, giving you 25 days of concerts, theatre, musical, seminars and much more.

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10/7/2015 - 10/22/2015
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UKA - Photo: Tom Gustavsen

UKA

UKA is Norway’s largest cultural festival, giving you 25 days of concerts, theatre, musical, seminars and much more....

UKA

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