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Solsiden kjøpesenter består av 60 butikker. Senteret har en bred butikkmix med alt fra SPA - senter til post, vinmonopol og apotek, klær, sko, blomster og dagligvarer. Utenfor senteret ligger 20 restauranter, båtplasser, flere konsertscener og hoteller.
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Definitely the best place to go if you want to eat nice food and party the same time. Nice restaurants and nightclubs a place for everyone!
Trondheim’s version of Oslo’s Aker Brygge with its eateries, music and many stores.
Solsiden is a shopping center in Trondheim, which is situated on the site of the old Trondhjems Mekaniske Værksted (TMV) - the area which today is called Nedre Elvehavn. The center is located in the old building of TMV and was opened in October 2000.  The center has 60 shops, including…
This place is really a mall, but it's the place to be whenever it's sunny and warm outside. It has lots of restaurants in the sun, and it's very popular for us locals. Bear in mind that it's pretty expensive to eat and drink here, and that it will be very full early if the weather is nice! It's…
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