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Vålerenga Church is located at Vålerenga on Oslo's east side. It is drawn by architects Heinrich Jürgensen and Holger Sinding-Larsen, and was...
Art gallery that exhibits both young and more established atists from the Norwegian contemporary art scene.
Galleri TM51 has three exhibition spaces...
The Queen Joséphine Gallery is part of Oscarshall on Bygdøy. The gallery was officially opened by Queen Sonja on 13 June 2013, and is located in the...
Oscarshall is regarded as Norway's neo-Gothic showpiece and a monument to mid-19th century Norwegian art. Terraces with fountains at different levels...
Kunstverket is a privately owned gallery, established in 1989. The gallery is composed of three individual departments: the Gallery, the...
Photo gallery with changing exhibitions.
Fotografiens Hus ("the house of photography") also houses a library and offices for various photographers'...
The sculpture park is located by the Astrup Fearnley Museum at Tjuvholmen. Both were designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano.
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...
Munch lived and worked for 28 years at Ekely until his death at the age of 80, on January 23, 1944.
Only his winter studio remains; today it is...
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....
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