Toneheim Folk High School

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Coordinates 60°48′07″N11°08′21″E / 60.8019°N 11.1392°E / 60.8019; 11.1392 Coordinates: 60°48′07″N11°08′21″E / 60.8019°N 11.1392°E / 60.8019; 11.1392
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Toneheim Folk High School (Norwegian : Toneheim folkehøgskole) is a folk high school located in Hamar, Norway, which focuses on music.

During the 1994 Winter Olympics, it was part of the Hamar Olympic Subsite Village. [1]

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References

  1. Lillehammer Olympic Organizing Committee. "1994 Winter Olympics Report, volume III" (PDF). p. 79. Retrieved 10 December 2010.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)