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Just a few miles outside of Oslo, you’ll find Bærums Verk, a charming village founded over 400 years ago to increase the Dano-Norwegian iron production. Today, it has transformed into a bustling haven of eateries, shops, galleries, and workshops. At Bærums Verk, many of the shops are dedicated to showcasing the artistic talents of local craftsmen, featuring a wide range of hand-made products—from intricate quilts to pottery, jewellery, and stunning glasswork, this village has got it all. Whether you're in search of a unique hand-crafted souvenir or simply yearning for a leisurely stroll, Bærums Verk is the perfect destination to satisfy your desires.
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In Oslo, you'll discover a wide array of shopping options. From sprawling shopping malls and department stores to unique boutiques and charming shopping streets, the Norwegian capital has got it all. Additionally, antique shops, flea markets, and local handicraft shops are also very popular with both locals and visitors alike.