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War memorials in Oslo

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The city's largest memorial cemetery is Vestre gravlund (behind Vigeland Sculpture Park), with Soviet, British, American, Danish, Yugoslavian, Dutch, Polish, Swedish and Norwegian war graves.

The German War Memorial is situated in Alfaset cemetery in Groruddalen (adr: Nedre Kalbakkvei 99). There are separate sectors for Muslims and Gypsies.

Jewish graves are found at Østre gravlund (Tvetenveien 7, Helsfyr) and by Sofienberg Church in Rathkes gate 20.

The cemeteries are open 24 hours. The offices at the Alfaset, Grefsen, Nordre, Østre and Vestre cemeteries are open on weekdays 8 am-3 pm.

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War memorials in Oslo

The city's largest memorial cemetery is Vestre gravlund (behind Vigeland Sculpture Park), with Soviet, British, American, Danish, Yugoslavian, Dutch,...

War memorials in Oslo

Source: Visitnorway

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