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Guided tour through Farsund

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Norway’s only female Watchman, dressed in traditional clothing and carrying her lamp, will guide you through the streets of the quaint coastal town of Farsund.

Tours: Daily during July. (except Sundays)
Meeting point: Outside the Tourist Information.
Start at 13.30. Duration: Approx. 1 hour

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  • Guided tours Guided tours
  • Sightseeing Sightseeing

Hours

Where:Turistinformasjonen
6/23/2014 - 8/3/2014
Mon - Sun
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
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Guided tour through Farsund

Guided tour through Farsund

Norway’s only female Watchman, dressed in traditional clothing and carrying her lamp, will guide you through the streets of the quaint coastal town of...

Guided tour through Farsund

Source: Visitnorway

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