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Haugar Art Museum in Tønsberg (Norway)
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The Haugar Art Museum is located in Tønsberg (Norway). The building was designed by the architects Bjerke and Eliassen, and was erected between 1918 and 1921. The building was formerly used as a college for nautical professions.

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