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The history of Oslo begins in the Middle Ages; the first town-like settlement probably appeared around the year 1000 AD. The medieval town was located...
Frogner Park (Frognerparken) is the biggest park in central parts of Oslo and a popular recreational area for people from all over the city.
Birkelunden park is one of the most popular parks in Oslo. The park was laid out in the 1860s, and is located in the upper part of Grünerløkka between...
The biggest park in the Grünerløkka area is a popular recreational area for the locals, especially the younger generations.
The park has table...
Brick church from 1860 beautifully situated on a hill by Ulven in the eastern part of Oslo.
Østre Aker kirke contains eight monolith columns, each...
Edvard Munch has a unique position among Nordic painters and is considered a pioneer in expressionism. The Munch Museum's collection, left to the city...
Lambertseter church was designed and built in 1966 by architect Harald Hille. It has a seating capacity of around 400.
The altarpiece of stainless...
Sinsen Church was inaugurated November 7. 1971. It is a modern church, built in concrete. The architects were Turid and Kristen Bernhoff Evensen....
Church built in 1877 under the name Petrus Chuch, but the name was later changed, first to Paulus, then to Sofienberg. The church is situated in the...
Working church in stone from 1975....
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