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Leonardo Bridge in Ås has become a new national landmark.
Join a guide on a historical tour of the town among the wooden houses at Tyholmen, the old part of Arendal, Southern Norway.
With its location in the business district of Oslo, Jacob Aall Bar & Brasserie at Aker Brygge is a popular lunch spot, but also a popular part of...
Hedrum church is a stone church from around the year 1100. The church can seat 260 people, and celebrated its first 950 years in 2010.
Odonata Café og Galleri is easy to spot by the old air traffic control tower at Fornebu and is open Monday to Friday from 10.00 to 15.00, and Sundays...
The sculpture park is located by the Astrup Fearnley Museum at Tjuvholmen. Both were designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano.
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Open from 12:00 to 24:00, offering an all-day pizza buffet with salad for just 84kr! We serve: pizza, steak, mexican food, biff, pizza dishes, and we...
Ljosland Skisenter has to two ski lifts – one that is 375 metres and another that is 700 metres.
Gjøvik's very own exotic oasis opened in October 2011, tempting guests with novel flavours and top quality sushi.
A food adventure created by the...
What do you need after a few hours in the fresh mountain air in summer, autumn or winter? You can sense the delicious smell from a distance - and it is not French fries. Cinnamon is in the air! The Café at Nordseter Fjellpark Servicecenter is the natural meeting point after an enjoyable trip in the mountains. We will welcome you with a smile, and as you help yourself to a hot drink - we will prepare our famous waffle for you! The atmosphere at the Café is relaxed, the fire is lit and people of different nationalities exchange stories. See you in the Café!
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