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John DEE live club & pub

John DEE live club & pub Photo: John DEE John DEE live club & pub Photo: John DEE
John DEE live club & pub Photo: John DEE
John DEE live club & pub Photo: John DEE

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Concert venue with room for 400 standing spectators. Entrance from Hammersborggata, around the corner from Rockefeller.

Office hours: Monday-Friday 09.00-17.00.

Facilities

  • Licensed premises

    • beer and wine

Transportation


Transport > Stortorvet / Brugata
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John DEE live club & pub - Photo: John DEE

John DEE live club & pub

Concert venue with room for 400 standing spectators. Entrance from Hammersborggata, around the corner from Rockefeller. Office hours: Monday-Friday...

John DEE live club & pub

Source: Visitnorway

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