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Saga Souvenir

Saga Souvenir Photo: Merete Husmo Høidal, NRK
Saga Souvenir Photo: Merete Husmo Høidal, NRK

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Saga Souvenir - downtown - Flåm. One of Norway's largest gift shop. Open all year.

Facilities

  • Other services

    • souvenirs
    • jewellery
    • glass

Categories

  • Gifts & Souvenirs Gifts & Souvenirs

Hours

1/1/2013 - 12/30/2013
Mon - Sun
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Saga Souvenir - Photo: Merete Husmo Høidal, NRK

Saga Souvenir

Saga Souvenir - downtown - Flåm. One of Norway's largest gift shop. Open all year....

Saga Souvenir

Source: Visitnorway

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