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Read more: Café Mir / Grünerløkka Lufthavn Photo: Café Mir

Oslo

Café Mir / Grünerløkka Lufthavn

Grünerløkka lufthavn (="Grünerløkka airport") is a non-commercial culture organisation which is housed in an old school building in Toftes gate at...
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Oslo

DaiKai

Friendly and relaxing city retreat in the centre of Oslo - a modern, unique fusion of Japanese, Chinese and Nordic elements. Beautiful Japanese...
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Oslo

Yatzi

Intimate and modern club/restaurant in the city centre, with deep couches, excellent cocktails and a warm party atmosphere. Yatzi's soundtrack is...
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Oslo

SubScene & Café

SubCafé has a great selection of hot and cold drinks. Cheap coffee, tea and toast with good music in the background. Many organic and fair trade...
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Oslo

Conzept

Unique little shop and gallery hybrid at Grünerløkka with clothes, design, art and jewlery. Scandinavian brands, design and artists. Conzept is owned...
Read more: Detaljer Photo: Detaljer

Oslo

Detaljer

Detaljer (="details") mainly sells small gifts and articles for the home, such as pillows, blankets, candlesticks, plates, cups, candles - the little...
Read more: Rafens Solli Photo: Rafens Eftf. AS

Oslo

Rafens Solli

Rafens is Norway's oldest glass and kitchenware store, founded in 1827. The chain has 11 stores in Norway, three of them in Oslo: Rafens Grensen,...
Read more: Rafens Grünerløkka Photo: Rafens Eftf. AS

Oslo

Rafens Grünerløkka

Rafens is Norway's oldest glass and kitchenware store, founded in 1827. The chain has 11 stores in Norway, three of them in Oslo: Rafens Grensen,...

Oslo

Vestkanttorvet bric-a-brac/antiques market

Oslo's oldest market is a popular and traditional bric-a-brac/antiques market close to Vigeland Park, on the corner of Professor Dahls gate and...
Read more: Torshov Church Photo: Torshov kirke

Oslo

Torshov Church

Torshov Church was inaugurated in 1958 and was Norway's first "working chuch". Architects: Ulf Nyquist and Per Sunde. The church is richly decorated...
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