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Vestkanttorvet bric-a-brac/antiques market

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Oslo's oldest market is a popular and traditional bric-a-brac/antiques market close to Vigeland Park, on the corner of Professor Dahls gate and Neuberggata.

At Vestkanttorvet you will find furniture, china, glass, kitchenware, paintings, silver, jewellery, clothes, glass and all kinds of collector's items.

Only open on Saturdays between March and December.

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  • Shops Shops
  • Gifts & Souvenirs Gifts & Souvenirs

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Tram No.12 > Vigelandsparken
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Vestkanttorvet bric-a-brac/antiques market

Oslo's oldest market is a popular and traditional bric-a-brac/antiques market close to Vigeland Park, on the corner of Professor Dahls gate and Neuberg...

Vestkanttorvet bric-a-brac/antiques market

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