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Oslo

Maurtua Husflid

Homecraft store at Oslo Cruise Terminal that sells Norwegian sweaters from Dale of Norway, Nordstrikk, Vrikke, Scandinavian SCORE and Maurtua's own...
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Voss

Linda Lid Ceramics

Wood-fired ceramics with a difference. Workshop and sales room. Welcome!...
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Eidsvoll Verk

Kammerpikene

Kammerpikene - a little shop with a lot of treasures! In the historical and old property in Carsten Ankers veg, near by the Eidsvollsbuilding, you...

Oslo

Artshop at the Stenersen Museum

The Artshop at the Stenersen Museum is the place for art lovers to shop for art magazines and books, as well as unique products either made by or...

Tromsø

Blåst Glass blowing studio

The world's northernmost glass factory blows glass with an open door, and visitors are extremely...
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Oslo

Butikk Brocante

Second-hand and antique store with goods from the late 1800s until approx. 1970. Lamps, furniture, crockery, school supplies, lighters, oddities and...
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Tromsø

Atelier Stellaria

I am a designer-maker and in my workshop there are four manual looms and a knitting machine. I weave Norwegian folk costume fabrics, and I design and...
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Tønsberg

Husfliden

Husfliden keeps the tradition alive. Here you will find everything from knitting sweaters, costumes, yarn, jewelry and gifts to various interior items...
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Lillehammer

Lillehammer Sentrum

Lillehammer's commercial areas of any interest to visitors can be found in two areas: The main area, well-known because of the Lillehammer Olympics,...
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Mandal

Gallery Mones

Two types of art within Persian Calliraphy inspire Mones’ drawings. One is TAZHIB, which is quite similar to surrealism and abstract drawing. The...
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