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Catholic church named after the guardian saint of Oslo; St. Hallvard.
The church was built in 1966 and is famous for its innovative architecture....
Working church in stone from 1975....
The tiger in front of Oslo Central Station is one of Oslo's most photographed "inhabitants". When Oslo celebrated 1000-year anniversary in 2000,...
The Memorial Park is where most of the ruins of some of medieval Oslo's most important buildings.
St. Olav's Monastery from the 13th century is the...
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...
Vålerenga Church is located at Vålerenga on Oslo's east side. It is drawn by architects Heinrich Jürgensen and Holger Sinding-Larsen, and was...
St. Hanshaugen is one of Oslo's largest parks, located just north of the city centre. This popular recreational area is great for walks, and from the...
The sculpture park is located by the Astrup Fearnley Museum at Tjuvholmen. Both were designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano.
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...
The Nobel Peace Center consists of an exciting combination of changing and permanent exhibitions. The Center seeks to promote popular interest in...
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