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This glassblowers workshop opened in 2000. It is situated near Bygland Museum in Bygland, and is open to the public.

Production and sale of glassware and unique articles of glass.

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Glassblowers workshop

Glassblowers workshop

This glassblowers workshop opened in 2000. It is situated near Bygland Museum in Bygland, and is open to the public. Production and sale of glassware...

Glassblowers workshop

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