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Institut français de Norvège

Institut français de Norvège Photo: Institut français de Norvège
Institut français de Norvège Photo: Institut français de Norvège

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Institut Français de Norvège aims to promote French culture in Oslo. Mediateque, offices, studio for radio Paris FM (FM 98.7), exhibitions, French classes etc.

Opening hours
Reception: Monday-Friday 09.00-16.00
Mediateque: Monday-Thursday 15.00-19.00

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Tram No.11/19 > Rosenborg
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Institut français de Norvège

Institut Français de Norvège aims to promote French culture in Oslo. Mediateque, offices, studio for radio Paris FM (FM 98.7), exhibitions, French...

Institut français de Norvège

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