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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...

Oslo

Botanical Garden

The Botanical Garden is a green oasis in the city - a place to relax and to enjoy the botanical variety and diversity. Most of the area is designed as...

Oslo

Fram Museum - The Polar Ship Fram

Fram is the strongest wooden ship ever built and still holds the records for sailing farthest north and farthest south. At the Fram Museum you can co...

Oslo

Memorial cemetery: Æreslunden

Cemetery in the northern city centre, created in 1808. Vår Frelsers gravlund ("our saviour's cemetery") is known primarily for Æreslunden, Norway's ma...

Oslo

Norwegian Folk Museum

One of Europe's largest open-air museums, with 155 traditional houses from all parts of Norway and a stave church from the year 1200. The indoor e...

Oslo

The Viking Ship Museum

The Viking Ship Museum presents Viking ship discoveries from Gokstad, Oseberg and Tune as well as other finds from Viking tombs around the Oslo Fjord....

Oslo

Old Aker Church

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 bu...

Oslo

Munch Museum

The Munch Museum has the world's largest collection of Edvard Munch's works, and provides insight into the artist as a pioneer of expressionism.
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