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Bestemors weaving room

Bestemors weaving room Photo: Ingeborg B. Lunde
Bestemors weaving room Photo: Ingeborg B. Lunde

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Grandmothers Weaving Room. Traditional wallhangings and tablecovers.
Situated opposite - Lunde camping

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Bestemors weaving room - Photo: Ingeborg B. Lunde

Bestemors weaving room

Grandmothers Weaving Room. Traditional wallhangings and tablecovers. Situated opposite - Lunde...

Bestemors weaving room

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