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Bjørndal

Bjørndal is a suburb of Oslo, Norway, part of the borough of Søndre Nordstrand. The population is estimated to be about 9.900 residents. Bjørndal has two primary schools, respectively named "Bjørndal skole" and "Seterbråten skole", a middle school named "Bjørnholt Ungdomsskole" and a high school named "Bjørnholt videregående skole" also called "Per Gynt skolen". This school is also known to arrange an entrepreneur camp each year. There are also several private and public kindergartens in the area. Bjørndal is characterized by much development and have very good sports environment. Bjørndal Idretts Forening has a lot of equipment that can be allocated free for children and young people who want to borrow. Their sports park consists of four football pitches, two tennis courts, half- pipe, and much more. Bjørndal is a young suburb where the construction began in 1983. The housing is dominated by terraced houses and detached houses / villas and blocks. The suburb is located on the west side of the E6 (or on the right side when driving south from the center of Oslo). The stores located in Bjørndal are: "Rimi", which is a supermarket store with mail service, a Turkish grocery store, a building supply store named "Orring byggsenter" which recently changed name into "Monter", and there are two fast food restaurants. There are also located a medical practice senter and a dental office which offer medical services to all of Bjørndal's redidents. Bjørndal can be reached by bus line number 71, 71E, 73 and 77, and are within the ordinary Oslo- rates.


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