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Guided Tour of Hardanger Bestikk

Guided Tour of Hardanger Bestikk Photo: Hardanger Bestikk Guided Tour of Hardanger Bestikk Photo: Hardanger Bestikk Guided Tour of Hardanger Bestikk Photo: Hardanger Bestikk
Guided Tour of Hardanger Bestikk Photo: Hardanger Bestikk
Guided Tour of Hardanger Bestikk Photo: Hardanger Bestikk
Guided Tour of Hardanger Bestikk Photo: Hardanger Bestikk

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Guided factory tours at the largest cutlery manufacturer in Scandinavia. Free entrance. Duration 30-45 mins. Factory outlet nearby (Hardanger Souvenir).

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6/1/2012 - 8/31/2012
Mon - Fri
1:30 PM
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Guided Tour of Hardanger Bestikk

Guided factory tours at the largest cutlery manufacturer in Scandinavia. Free entrance. Duration 30-45 mins. Factory outlet nearby (Hardanger...

Guided Tour of Hardanger Bestikk

Source: Visitnorway

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