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Norwegian Folk Museum: Horse-and-buggy rides

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Horse-and-buggy rides in the open-air museum.
Fun for the whole family!

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Bus No.30 > Folkemuseet Ferry No.91 > Dronningen
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Norwegian Folk Museum: Horse-and-buggy rides

Horse-and-buggy rides in the open-air museum. Fun for the whole family...

Norwegian Folk Museum: Horse-and-buggy rides

Source: Visitnorway

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