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Nordstrand church is beautifully situated by Ekebergveien.
The church was originally built in 1866 as a chapel, in neo-gothic style. The architect...
Working church in stone from 1975....
Dyna Fyr (Dyna Lighthouse) is located right outside the Bygdøy peninsula, where it has welcomed guests to the harbour of Oslo since 1874.
St. Hanshaugen is one of Oslo's largest parks, just north of the city centre. This popular recreational area is great for walks, and from the top of...
The sculpture park is located by the Astrup Fearnley Museum at Tjuvholmen. Both were designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano.
Medival manor with a main house from the 17th century and a basement from the 13th century.
The manor can be rented for private parties and is a...
Sagene church is built in neo-Gothic style and was inaugurated in 1891....
Oscarshall is regarded as Norway's neo-Gothic showpiece and a monument to mid-19th century Norwegian art. Terraces with fountains at different levels...
Inaugurated in 1912.
Architect: Harald Aars.
Lovisenberg church is built as a three-nave church in late roman style, in granite and red brick.
The Memorial Park is where most of the ruins of some of medieval Oslo's most important buildings.
St. Olav's Monastery from the 13th century is the...
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