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Baking day at Agatunet

Baking day at Agatunet Photo: Agatunet
Baking day at Agatunet Photo: Agatunet

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Baking in the "eldhus" cookhouse. Here you can watch how baking was done in earlier times. Taste the products or buy some for home consumption.

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6/22/2012 - 8/10/2012
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10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
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Baking day at Agatunet - Photo: Agatunet

Baking day at Agatunet

Baking in the "eldhus" cookhouse. Here you can watch how baking was done in earlier times. Taste the products or buy some for home consumption....

Baking day at Agatunet

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