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

The festival takes place between the 3rd and the 27nd of october in 2013.

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10/3/2013 - 10/27/2013
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UKA is Norway’s largest cultural festival, giving you 25 days of concerts, theatre, musical, seminars and much more. The festival takes place between...

UKA

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