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The Artisans in the Old Town (Norwegian Folk Museum)

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In the Norwegian Folk Museum's Old Town, you can visit the workshops of the weaver, the potter, the silversmith and the candle factory. The artisans demonstrate techniques and sell their products.

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Ferry No.91 > Dronningen (April-Oct.) Bus No.30 > Folkemuseet
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The Artisans in the Old Town (Norwegian Folk Museum)

In the Norwegian Folk Museum's Old Town, you can visit the workshops of the weaver, the potter, the silversmith and the candle factory. The artisans de...

The Artisans in the Old Town (Norwegian Folk Museum)

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