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The old Academy for Teachers. Bodø, Norway
Norway

Lærerskola in Rønvik, Bodø - was in use until 1994 when the study was relocated at Høgskolen i Mørkved (and renamed Bodø Lærerhøgskole). The area is now sold to private investors, who are currently planning to build 220 apartments on the parcel. Building start is unknown.

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