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Cakes, pastries and lunch made ​​with love, quality and happiness.

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Dromedarbakeriet

Dromedarbakeriet

Cakes, pastries and lunch made ​​with love, quality and happiness....

Dromedarbakeriet

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Trondheim is the third largest city in Norway, with 176,000 inhabitants. It is a lively university city and Norway's capital of technology.

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Norway's capital of technology is a lively and historical university town, and home to the famous Nidaros Cathedral.

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Trondheim is situated in Trøndelag and is easily accessible from all parts of the country.

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