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Philip Tarranco wrote a review Sep 2019
Metro Manila, Philippines8 contributions
Never thought Id be able to visit where they made the Film Frozen. Small town but very beautiful and cold. FROZEN.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Hatso wrote a review Jul 2019
Wichita, Kansas519 contributions92 helpful votes
This is just a very nice building which certainly seemed old and it is very well maintained. With the boats in front it makes a great picture.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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AddieHNO wrote a review Jan 2018
Oslo, Norway6,996 contributions382 helpful votes
With somewhat limited things to see in Arendal, this is worth a small detour from the city centre. It is also situated down by the water so very lovely on a sunny day. It's one of the oldest and largest wooden buildings in Norway.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Bfmcm wrote a review Sep 2017
Denny, United Kingdom565 contributions203 helpful votes
This one of very few things we could find to visit in Arendal as part of a cruise ship stopover. This is in the old part of town and has free entry where they allow access to a few rooms within it. They provide a written guide to the old town area and tell you of the history of Arendal. A very impressive old wooden building with views across the harbour.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Trond B wrote a review Jul 2017
Arendal, Norway3 contributions3 helpful votes
It is one of Norways oldest and biggest residence build of wood. Originally it was a private home for one of the richest man in ARENDAL, but was later sold to the municipality and were used as town hall for more than 150 years- until 2005. The big hall in third floor is called fesitiviten and are hosting a lot of weddings, seremonies and parties. Norways best dancing floor. Don't forget the portrait gallery next to the festiviteten
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Date of experience: July 2017
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