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Museum run by volunteers who aim to collect and preserve the rich history of Oslo's fire department.
The Fire Museum is located in the old fire...
Museum in a former synagogue in Calmeyers gate 15 B, in the area of Oslo where most of the Jewish immigrants who came from the mid-1800s onwards...
Oscarshall is regarded as Norway's neo-Gothic showpiece and a monument to mid-19th century Norwegian art. Terraces with fountains at different levels...
Nordstrand church is beautifully situated by Ekebergveien.
The church was originally built in 1866 as a chapel, in neo-gothic style. The architect...
The city's largest memorial cemetery is Vestre gravlund (behind Vigeland Sculpture Park), with Soviet, British, American, Danish, Yugoslavian, Dutch,...
Cemetery and chapel inagurated in 1902 behind Vigeland Park. The naturally laid out urn graves with stone settings are from 1939.
The cemetery was inaugurated in 1895 and has been enlarged several times, especially in the 1920s and 1930s, when it became richly vegetated with...
The tiger in front of Oslo Central Station is one of Oslo's most photographed "inhabitants". When Oslo celebrated 1000-year anniversary in 2000,...
Galleri Dobloug shows international art, but its main focus is on separate exhibitions by Norwegian painters and sculptors.
The gallery was opened by...
Working church in stone from 1975....
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