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Solsiden Shopping Centre

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Solsiden Shopping Centre Photo: Solsiden senter
Solsiden Shopping Centre Photo: Solsiden senter
Solsiden Shopping Centre Photo: Solsiden senter
Solsiden Shopping Centre Photo: Solsiden senter
Solsiden Shopping Centre Photo: Solsiden senter
Solsiden Shopping Centre Photo: Solsiden senter
Solsiden Shopping Centre Photo: Solsiden senter

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Solsiden is more than a shopping centre with more than  60 stores. It is an urban district where you can experience everything from food culture to shopping culture and nightlife "after dark" . We are ready for summer!

From August 18 Solsiden Shopping centre will be open from 09:00 -21: 00 on weekdays!

60 stores - SPA - 13 restaurants.

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Solsiden Shopping Centre

Solsiden is more than a shopping centre with more than  60 stores. It is an urban district where you can experience everything from food culture to sho...

Solsiden Shopping Centre

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