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Kvadraturen

Kvadraturen is the area between Akershus fortress and Grensen, Jernbanetorget and Egertorget. This was King Christian IV's town from the Renaissance....

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Sinsen Church

Sinsen Church was inaugurated November 7. 1971. It is a modern church, built in concrete. The architects were Turid and Kristen Bernhoff Evensen. The...

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Comic book library: Serieteket

Special library for comics at the Grünerløkka library branch. Closed on Sundays in summer....

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Haugerud Church

Working church in stone from 1975....

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Lambertseter Church

Lambertseter church was designed and built in 1966 by architect Harald Hille. It has a seating capacity of around 400. The altarpiece of stainless ste...

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Sofienberg Church

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 So...

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Holocaust Center

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 Gr...

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Akershus Castle

Dating from 1299, this medieval castle and royal residence developed into a fortress in 1592, after which it was rebuilt into a renaissance castle...

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Nesjar & Picasso: The Fishermen

"The Fishermen" is a wall decoration from 1970 made by Norwegian artist Carl Nesjar based on drawings by Pablo Picasso. It can be seen on the end wall...

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Bygdøy Royal Manor

The Royal Manor at Bygdøy is a fully operational organic farm with approx. 60 dairy cows, 90 calves, 30 sheep and 9 ponies. Of the farm's 200 acres,...
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