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Sagene church is built in neo-Gothic style and was inaugurated in 1891....
Paulus Church is a brick church in Neo-Gothic style inaugurated in 1892.
Architect Henrik Bull wanted the church to harmonize with the park...
Q is a café and bar connected to Café Mono. Entrance to Q from Mono's backyard or from the Strøget passage. Q serves lunch and simple dishes like...
The Library Bar & Wintergarden is the perfect place to heat up on a cold winter day or escape a piercing sun during the summer.
Over the years The...
Kragstøtten is a portrait statue of Hans Hagerup Krag (1829-1907), the Norwegian Road Commissioner who was behind the building of the roads in...
Old Aker Church (Gamle Aker kirke) is Oslo's oldest remaining building and the only remaining church from the Middle Ages. It is assumed that it was...
Pushwagner is one of Norway's most important contemporary artists. The gallery is located at Tjuvholmen, home to many exciting art galleries....
Helt Rått serves real sushi made fresh on-site from quality ingredients.
On the menu you find sushi, maki and a selection of hot Japanese, Chinese...
The Center for Promotion of African Culture (CAK) is a little piece of Africa in Oslo which has been a feature of the Norwegian cultural landscape...
Cemetery and chapel inagurated in 1902 behind Vigeland Park. The naturally laid out urn graves with stone settings are from 1939.
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