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Frønsvollen

Frønsvollen Photo: Naturvernforbundet Frønsvollen Photo: Naturvernforbundet
Frønsvollen Photo: Naturvernforbundet
Frønsvollen Photo: Naturvernforbundet

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Frønsvollen is an information centre for Friends of the Earth Norway Oslo and Akershus (NOA). Frønsvollen has a great location on one of Oslo's oldest farm meadows.

Frønsvollen is owned by the Municipality of Oslo, but since 2006 NOA has operated, restored and developed the site, and it is now a pleasant meeting place for members and forest users in general.

Categories

  • Farm activities Farm activities

Transportation


Metro No.1 > Frognerseteren / No.3 > Sognsvann

Facilities

  • Nature and terrain

    • cross-country skiing area
    • forest area
    • hiking area
    • ridge
    • hilly
    • steep
    • view
    • fenced area
  • Type of animal

    • cows
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Frønsvollen

Frønsvollen is an information centre for Friends of the Earth Norway Oslo and Akershus (NOA). Frønsvollen has a great location on one of Oslo's oldest...

Frønsvollen

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