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Gamlebyen Church

Gamlebyen Church Photo: Gamlebyen menighet
Gamlebyen Church Photo: Gamlebyen menighet

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The church of Oslo's old town was built in 1796 on the grounds of a medieval franciscan convent.

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Gamlebyen Church - Photo: Gamlebyen menighet

Gamlebyen Church

The church of Oslo's old town was built in 1796 on the grounds of a medieval franciscan convent....

Gamlebyen Church

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