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Working-class apartment in Tøyengata 38

Working-class apartment in Tøyengata 38 Photo: Oslo Museum/Rune Aakvik
Working-class apartment in Tøyengata 38 Photo: Oslo Museum/Rune Aakvik

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Working-class apartment in Tøyengata 38 B, a building from 1887.

The apartment shows the living conditions among the working class in the eastern part of Oslo in 1910-1920. Up to 15 people could live there, even though it only has one room and kitchen.

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Working-class apartment in Tøyengata 38 - Photo: Oslo Museum/Rune Aakvik

Working-class apartment in Tøyengata 38

Working-class apartment in Tøyengata 38 B, a building from 1887. The apartment shows the living conditions among the working class in the eastern...

Working-class apartment in Tøyengata 38

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