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Inaugurated in 1950, Oslo City Hall is the city's administrative body and the seat of the City Council.
The building has been decorated by great...
Astrup Fearnley Museet moved into a brand new building at Tjuvholmen on 29 September 2012. The new museum building was designed by renowned Italian...
The Center for Studies of Holocaust and Religious Minorities in Norway is located in Villa Grande on the Bygdøy peninsula. During World War II Villa...
Aker Brygge is a popular area with a shopping mall, apartment buildings, offices, restaurants, bars and a theatre. This unique sea-front boardwalk is...
Villa Stenersen is considered one of the main works of Norwegian modernist architecture. Originally planned as a private home for finance broker and...
Rock carvings are located at three places in Oslo: Ekeberg, the University at Blindern, and in Niels Juels gt. which can be seen in University museum...
Ekebergparken is a sculpture and national heritage park for the people of Oslo and visitors looking for a unique experience.
The park opened on...
Norway's leading cultural church hosts theatre performances, art exhibitions, concerts and special events.
Ever since 1986 Kirkelig Kulturverksted...
Frogner Park (Frognerparken) is the biggest park in central parts of Oslo and a popular recreational area for people from all over the city.
Church built in 1877 under the name Paulus Chuch, but the name was later changed, first to Petrus, then to Sofienberg. The church is situated in the...
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