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Solli may refer to

Solli is a Norwegian surname that may refer to

Solli plass

Solli plass, pronounced /su:li/ or /suli/, /plas/ or /pɽas/, also called Lapsetorvet, is a square in Oslo, Norway, located southwest of Slottsparken and the Royal Palace.

FC Solli Plyus Kharkiv is an amateur club from Kharkiv competing at the regional competitions of Kharkiv Oblast.

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Jan Gunnar Solli Norwegian footballer

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Frogner Line

The Frogner Line is a section of the Oslo Tramway which runs between Solli and Majorstuen, serving the neighborhood of Frogner. The line is served by tram number 12, and the Frogner section makes up the westernmost part of this line. From Solli to Frogner, the line runs northwestwards to Frognerveien, then turns northeast along Kirkeveien, along the Frogner Park, including a stop at the main gate to the Vigeland sculpture installation, before ending at Majorstuen where it connects with the Homansbyen Line and Briskeby Line.

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My Heart Is Yours single

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<i>Guilty Pleasures</i> (Didrik Solli-Tangen album) Didrik Solli-Tangen album

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<i>Unnai Solli Kutramillai</i> 1990 film by Ameerjan

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Lavrans Solli is a Norwegian sports swimmer. He was born in Oslo. He competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.

Brit Solli is a Norwegian archaeologist and Professor of Medieval archaeology at the Museum of Cultural History in Oslo. Until 2005, she was Professor in Historic Archaeology at the University of Tromsø.

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