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Frogner Church

Frogner Church Photo: Jardar Seim Frogner Church Photo: Jardar Seim
Frogner Church Photo: Jardar Seim
Frogner Church Photo: Jardar Seim

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One of the most beautiful churches in Oslo, inaugurated in 1907. It was built 1905-1907 in late normannic style. The architect was Ivar Næss.
It is centrally located, in the lively street Bygdøy allé. It is one of the few churches in Oslo that are "built in" between apartment buildings.

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Tram No.12 > Elisenberg Bus No.30/31 > Frogner kirke
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Frogner Church - Photo: Jardar Seim

Frogner Church

One of the most beautiful churches in Oslo, inaugurated in 1907. It was built 1905-1907 in late normannic style. The architect was Ivar Næss. It is ce...

Frogner Church

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