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Sandvika shopping center

Sandvika shopping center Photo: Kjøland illustrasjoner
Sandvika shopping center Photo: Kjøland illustrasjoner

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Sandvika, the city in Bærum and naturally the shopping area with the greatest diversity. Sandvika west with Sandvika Shopping Centre and its approx. 190 stores and east of Sandvik river, with most shops at street level, liquor store, and many eateries along the river promenade is well worth a visit for those who enjoy shopping.
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Sandvika shopping center - Photo: Kjøland illustrasjoner

Sandvika shopping center

Sandvika, the city in Bærum and naturally the shopping area with the greatest diversity. Sandvika west with Sandvika Shopping Centre and its approx....

Sandvika shopping center

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