Rodeløkka

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Rodeløkka is a neighborhood in Grünerløkka in Oslo, Norway.

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From 1900 to 1961, it was served by the Rodeløkka Line of the Oslo Tramway. [1]

The name

The property was bought by the dean Frederik Rode in 1854. The last element is the finite form of løkke f 'paddock'.

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References

  1. "Sinsentrikken 50 år". Lokaltrafikk (in Norwegian). 6: 12–19. 1990.

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