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Oslo Pride 2015

Oslo Pride 2015 Photo: Skeive dager Oslo Pride 2015 Photo: Skeive dager Oslo Pride 2015 Photo: Skeive Dager/Jennae Dalvik Oslo Pride 2015 Photo: Skeive Dager/Iselin Therese Gårder
Oslo Pride 2015 Photo: Skeive dager
Oslo Pride 2015 Photo: Skeive dager
Oslo Pride 2015 Photo: Skeive Dager/Jennae Dalvik
Oslo Pride 2015 Photo: Skeive Dager/Iselin Therese Gårder
Oslo Pride is a large festival for Norway's lesbian and gay population - a week of concerts, exhibits, shows, debates etc.

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Oslo Gay Pride is the largest cultural event for Norway's lesbian and gay population and offers a film festival, concerts, art exhibits, shows, political debates and a huge festival area.

Oslo Gay Pride's aim is to make gay culture visible and contribute to increased acceptance and respect for the gay part of the capital's diverse population.

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Where:Oslo
6/19/2015 - 6/28/2015
Mon - Sun
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Oslo Pride 2015

Oslo Gay Pride is the largest cultural event for Norway's lesbian and gay population and offers a film festival, concerts, art exhibits, shows, politic...

Oslo Pride 2015

Source: Visitnorway

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