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The church ruins in Maridalen valley are one of few memories in Oslo from the Middle Ages.
The Church of Margareta was built around the year 1250 AD....
Munch lived and worked for 28 years at Ekely until his death at the age of 80, on January 23, 1944.
Photo gallery with changing exhibitions.
Fotografiens Hus ("the house of photography") also houses a library and offices for various photographers'...
Kunstverket is a privately owned gallery, established in 1989. The gallery is composed of three individual departments: the Gallery, the...
The Sneak Peak (Tjuvtitten) is a 90-metre lookout tower at Tjuvholmen with a glass elevator. The tower is open to the public in the summer season....
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...
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...
"The Fishermen" is a wall decoration from 1970 made by Norwegian artist Carl Nesjar based on drawings by Pablo Picasso. It can be seen on the end wall...
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