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Visiting Trondheim

Trondheim is a town with about 170.000 inhabitants, with a regional inhabitants number of 240.000. Trondheim is located in the middle of Norway, in Sør-Trøndelag county. If you visit Trondheim you may want to visit these attraction: – Nidaros Chatedral, … Continue reading

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Visiting Hamar

Hamar is a town with just over 28.000 inhabitants, located in the inlands of Norway by the largest lake in Norway, Mjøsa, in Hedmark county. If you visit Hamar you may want to visit these attraction: – Domkirkeruinene (cathedral ruins) … Continue reading

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Visiting Lillehammer

Lillehammer is a town with just over 20.000 inhabitants, located in the inlands of Norway by the largest lake in Norway, Mjøsa, in Oppland county. If you visit Lillehammer you may want to visit these attraction: – The arenas from … Continue reading

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Shopping from inside Norway

We are a nation of eBay addicts. Or, we are becoming one, more an more people are braving the world of Paypal and eBay, and other online shops like amazon.com and play.com. Getting stuff into Norway is no problem, but … Continue reading

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Shopping inside Norway

Let me just start with saying that shopping in Norway is a BAD idea. You should not visit this country with a filled wallet expecting to have something great to bring back, because you will spend most of your money … Continue reading

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