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Fretex Unika Grünerløkka

Fretex Unika Grünerløkka Photo: Fretex
Fretex Unika Grünerløkka Photo: Fretex

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Fretex shop at Grünerløkka aimed towards customers with a special interest in trends. The shop sells second-hand clothes, funiture and accessories.

Fretex gives you a shopping experience out of the ordinary: the selection of products is unique, the shops are filled up every day with exciting products, and the prices are very low.

Fretex is Norway's biggest chain of second-hand shops, and an important part of the Salvation Army Norway.

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  • Shops Shops

Hours

Mon - Fri
11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sat
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Transportation


Tram No.12/13 > Olaf Ryes plass
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Fretex Unika Grünerløkka

Fretex shop at Grünerløkka aimed towards customers with a special interest in trends. The shop sells second-hand clothes, funiture and accessories. Fr...

Fretex Unika Grünerløkka

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