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Juhls’ Silvergallery Kautokeino

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Juhls’ Silvergallery Kautokeino Photo: Juhls' Silvergallery
Juhls’ Silvergallery Kautokeino Photo: Juhls' Silvergallery
Juhls’ Silvergallery Kautokeino Photo: Juhls' Silvergallery

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The first silversmith in Norwegian Lapland has now reached its 50th anniversary (established 1959). A lifework built up by Frank and Regine Juhls. An oasis on the mountain plain, uniquely reinforcing the visitor’s experience of the Arctic nature with art and beautiful designs. A true architectonic jewel, intimate, exciting and surprising. You just have to experience the atmosphere and harmony created by the contrasting elements! Atelier, sale of handmade jewellery and other Scandinavian arts and crafts etc. Café selling light refreshments. Free entrance and guided tours!
Location: 2.5 km outside the town centre.

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The first silversmith in Norwegian Lapland has now reached its 50th anniversary (established 1959). A lifework built up by Frank and Regine Juhls. An...

Juhls’ Silvergallery Kautokeino

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