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More than 200 sales exhibitions within arts and crafts, leisure activities, shopping, industry and agriculture. In addition you can experience a varied culture program.

The biggest market of its kind in the west of Norway with 30000-40000 guests year round. 

Find more information about "Etnemarknaden" here.

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Where:Etne kommune
7/31/2014 - 8/3/2014
Thu, Fri, Sat and Sun
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The Etne market

The Etne market

More than 200 sales exhibitions within arts and crafts, leisure activities, shopping, industry and agriculture. In addition you can experience a...

The Etne market

Source: Visitnorway

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