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Tollbodgata with Festningsgata
Length 1.0 km (0.6 mi)
Location Kvadraturen, Kristiansand
West end Kristiansand Harbor with Vestre Strandgate
East end Otra River with Elvegata
Tollbodgata with Kristiansand City Hall Tollbodgata.jpg
Tollbodgata with Kristiansand City Hall

Tollbodgata is a street in Kristiansand, Norway. The street is one way westbound with sidewalks on both sides of the road. It consists mostly of apartments, houses and stores.


Places of note

Kristiansand and Vest-Agder main police station and courthouse, and Kristiansand's largest high school Kvadraturen Skolesenter lies on the street. The Sandens Mall and multiple banks also reside along the street. [1]

The street is an important road for the local city bus lines in Kristiansand. [2]

Bus stops

Crossing streets (east to west)

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