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The church of Oslo's old town was built in 1796 on the grounds of a medieval franciscan convent....
Church at Lovisenberg inaugurated in 1912, built as a three-nave church in late roman style in granite and red brick.
Glass paintings: Maria Vigeland...
Working church in stone from 1975....
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...
Lambertseter church was designed and built in 1966 by architect Harald Hille. It has a seating capacity of around 400.
The altarpiece of stainless...
Sinsen Church was inaugurated November 7. 1971. It is a modern church, built in concrete. The architects were Turid and Kristen Bernhoff Evensen....
Working-class apartment in Tøyengata 38 B, a building from 1887.
The apartment shows the living conditions among the working class in the eastern...
Frogner Manor House is located in the Frogner Park, and is part of Oslo City Museum. In summer you can join a tour of the manor's magnificent halls....
Replaced Oslo Cathedral's cemetery in 1808. Æreslunden (The honorary cemetery) was established in 1904.
Famous Norwegians such as Edvard Munch,...
Beautifully decorated church on Oslo's east side, situated on a hill with a great view of the city. The church is in neo-gothic style, and was...
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