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An old corkscrew road and bridge once linked Oslo to Sarabråten, a recreational area of the Østmarka developed in the 1850s by Thomas J. Heftye. He brought lots of famous folks here, including Henrik Ibsen and King Oskar I of Sweden and Norway.

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