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Restaurant Karoline Photo: Magne Myrvold / EDBILDE Restaurant Karoline Photo: Magne Myrvold/EDBILDE Read more: Middag, med utsikt over havet Read more: Spesialitet:  Fiskeretter Restaurant Karoline Photo: Magne Myrvold/EDBILDE
Restaurant Karoline Photo: Magne Myrvold / EDBILDE
Restaurant Karoline Photo: Magne Myrvold/EDBILDE
Read more: Middag, med utsikt over havet
Read more: Spesialitet: Fiskeretter
Restaurant Karoline Photo: Magne Myrvold/EDBILDE

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