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Brasserie Krag

Brasserie Krag Photo: Ø Christoffersen
Brasserie Krag Photo: Ø Christoffersen

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Cafe in modern styyle with outdoor seating serving lunch and dinner, salads and coffee.

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Brasserie Krag - Photo: Ø Christoffersen

Brasserie Krag

Cafe in modern styyle with outdoor seating serving lunch and dinner, salads and coffee....

Brasserie Krag

Source: Visitnorway

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