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Breheimsenteret Lunch Restaurant

Breheimsenteret Lunch Restaurant Photo: Breheimsenteret National Park Center
Breheimsenteret Lunch Restaurant Photo: Breheimsenteret National Park Center

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Lunch restaurant inside Breheimsenteret glacier museum.

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  • Food and drinks

    • Norwegian cuisine

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Breheimsenteret Lunch Restaurant - Photo: Breheimsenteret National Park Center

Breheimsenteret Lunch Restaurant

Lunch restaurant inside Breheimsenteret glacier museum....

Breheimsenteret Lunch Restaurant

Source: Visitnorway

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