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Kristiansand Posebyen
Norway

The Kristiansand Posebyen takes in most of the 14 blocks at the northern end of the town's characteristic kvadraturen. It's worth taking a slow stroll around this pretty quarter, whose name was given by French soldiers who came to reposer (French for relax). A scale model (with buildings around 1m high) of the city as it appeared when designed by Christian IV is on view at Vest-Agder Folk Museum.

http://www.lonelyplanet.com/norway/southern-norway/kristiansand/sights/architectural-cultural/posebyen

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