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Brødrene Øyo AS

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The blacksmith’s trade has long traditions at Geilo. Today’s industry has grown from the earlier farm and regional smiths. Brødrene Øyo was established in 1882. Today, knives, axes and tools from Geilo are exported worldwide. The knife and tool factories have shops where products may be purchased.

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Brødrene Øyo AS

Brødrene Øyo AS

The blacksmith’s trade has long traditions at Geilo. Today’s industry has grown from the earlier farm and regional smiths. Brødrene Øyo was establishe...

Brødrene Øyo AS

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