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Kunstnernes Hus ("The Artists' House") is an artist-run exhibition hall for contemporary art.
Kunstnernes Hus opened in 1930, and ever since it has...
Working-class apartment in Sagveien 8, built in 1848.
The apartment shows the living conditions in the eastern part of Oslo in the 1920s.
Sofienberg Park is the biggest park in the Grünerløkka area, and a much used recreational area for the locals, especially the younger generations. The...
The gallery was established in 1961 and represents important Norwegian and foreign artists.
It has played a significant part in the presentation of...
The royal residence at the top of Karl Johans gate. Built 1824-48, open to the public in the summer (tickets must be ordered in advance).The Palace...
The contemporary art gallery was established at Seilduksgaten 4, Oslo in 1986. The history of Gallery Heer goes back to 1981 when Olav Postmyr opened...
Catholic church named after the guardian saint of Oslo; St. Hallvard.
The church was built in 1966 and is famous for its innovative architecture....
Ekebergparken is a sculpture and national heritage park for the people of Oslo and visitors looking for a unique experience.
The park opened on...
Galleri Kampen shows small exhibitions in a cosy house in Norderhovgata 30.
Closed for Christmas, New Year's and in July. Contact Galleri Kampen for...
Replaced Oslo Cathedral's cemetery in 1808. Æreslunden (The honorary cemetery) was established in 1904.
Famous Norwegians such as Edvard Munch,...
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