Buy Souvenir in Oslo

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Buy Souvenir in Osloby AFT Writers Teamon.Buy Souvenir in OsloWhen you’re in Oslo, it would be hard to find a local souvenir sellers. Area into a major tourist destination in Oslo Karl Johans Gate as there are also only three Norwegian souvenir shop. The shop was quite small and neglected visitors. They sell T-shirts with the inscription Norway with the Norwegian flag, this shirt […]

Norwegischer Troll Buy Souvenir in OsloWhen you’re in Oslo, it would be hard to find a local souvenir sellers. Area into a major tourist destination in Oslo Karl Johans Gate as there are also only three Norwegian souvenir shop. The shop was quite small and neglected visitors. They sell T-shirts with the inscription Norway with the Norwegian flag, this shirt prices start from 100 NOK for three jerseys. Also available in-store keychain, statue troll the Norwegian flag, refrigerator magnets and other simple souvenirs. The price for this souvenir usually under 50 NOK. Hunting other souvenirs at the Tourist Information Oslo is located near the City Hall. In addition to providing a variety of tourist brochures and ticket purchasing service, Tourist Information also provides a more amusing souvenirs and diverse. Various key chains, dolls, and refrigerator magnets for sale at a price less than 50 NOK.

Besides hunting in the souvenir shop, every museum in Norway also has a mainstay selling souvenirs.

As in the Fram Museet which sells a variety of designs Ship Fram, who was driving a miniature troll Ship Fram, and a variety of cutlery and drinking with Fram paper, considering the main attraction of this museum is the ship of Fram. Next, Munch Museet displaying all painted by Munch, souvenir shops here selling postcards of paintings by Munch, Munch paintings reproduction, and address book with Munch paintings inside. Meanwhile, the Kon-Tiki Museet sell replica wooden ship that managed to explore the ocean and a refrigerator magnet with a picture of the Kon-Tiki. Souvenir is more unique and reflect the culture of Norway. If it does not interest come to museum, you may also stop by the shop for souvenirs only.

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