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The cave/mine in Bjerringbakken was formed during the last ice age and discovered in 1873. bIt is 13 metres deep and 3 metres wide....
Beautiful lake in a popular recreation area just 5 km from the city centre.
The walking trail around the water is 4,5 km (2,8 miles) long and is co...
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.
The forest region Østmarka in eastern Oslo covers 256 km2.
Østmarka is different from the other forest around Oslo, mainly because of bedrock format...
The beaches Huk and Paradisbukta are very popular on sunny summer days. This is also a much-used recreational area all year round, with great possib...
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....
Sognsvann lake is a recreation area popular for swimming and sunbathing.
Walking/running path around the lake also suitable for wheelchairs....
Three connected islands that offer great possibilities for swimming and sunbathing, and you can see one of the oldest lighthouses in the Oslo Fjord.
1. Strandskogen: 2 km south of Ingierstrand bath. Bus.
2. North-east-end of Svartkulp. Subway 3 to Sognsvann.
3. South end of Langøyene. Ferry 94 fro...
Ulvøya is known for its many functionalist-style houses. The island can be reached by bus, and has a well-kept private beach.