Rooms in a house (SWEDISH)

Rooms in a house-Swedish. The swedish word for library sounds a lot like the french word for it

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Traditional Norwegian House (1878)... Those shutters are phenomenal!

Traditional "Norwegian Stabbur " with hand-carved wood trim. Every farm had a "stabbur",which was a storage building to hold food and meat. It was an elevated building,separate from the family living quarters.

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Stabbur (stågåbur) were storehouses which often were built in two stories. (Norwegian Storage House) 1760.

Stabbur (stågåbur) were storehouses which often were built in two storeys. Meat and grain was stored in the firsbuilt 1760 (Norwegian Storage House) Stabbur, a Norwegian storage house

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Level 12 - Basic Norwegian (Bokmål), Norwegian, Bokmål, grammar, vocabulary, basic course - Memrise

Learn Basic Norwegian (Bokmål) and much more on Memrise

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