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In the old days the company's office were situated in the "back rooms". Today Kontoret "The Office" is still at the back side of the house, but now with a much relaxing atmosphere. Kontoret is one of the cosiest bar's in town and keept in tudor-style. Working overtime in this "office" is a pure pleasure.

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6:00 PM - 1:30 AM
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Kontoret

In the old days the company's office were situated in the "back rooms". Today Kontoret "The Office" is still at the back side of the house, but now...

Kontoret

Source: Visitnorway

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