Jekta Storsenter (Shopping Centre)

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Jekta Storsenter
Helioveien 19 NO-9015
Tromsø
Norway
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Phone
+47 77 60 95 00
Email
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Internet
http://www.jekta.no/



Jekta Storsenter (Shopping Centre)

Shopping Centre: 56 shops with free parking. Located on the island of Tromsø, near the airport




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