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Haugesund Town Square 2012
Norway

The Town Hall of Haugesund is a gift from the shipowner Knut Knutsen Oas and his wife Elizabeth. It was designed by the architect Hermann Gudolf Blakstad and Munthe-Kaas. The opening was in 1931. The fairground followed in 1949. The town hall is one of the most famous buildings in Norway.

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Uploaded: 12/09/2012
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