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Rica Hotel Tromso
Norway

Rica Ishavshotel

The hotel is centrally located in Tromsø, also known as the Paris of the North. With its unique location on the quay, the hotel stretches out over the Tromsø strait with magnificent views of the harbour, Ishavskatedralen and Tromsdalen.

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