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Soft Gallery: Norwegian Textile Artists

Norwegian Textile Artists' own gallery exhibits the work of their members and other Norwegian and international textile artists. Norwegian Textile Ar...

Oslo

Dyna Fyr

Dyna Fyr (Dyna Lighthouse) is located right outside the Bygdøy peninsula, where it has welcomed guests to the harbour of Oslo since 1874. Private...

Oslo

Galleri Dobloug

Gallery by St. Olavs plass that shows international art and separate exhibitions by Norwegian painters and sculptors. The gallery was opened by Jon Do...

Oslo

The ruins of Clemenskirken (St. Clemens' church)

Ruins of the medieval church of St. Clemens, which was built in the 12th century. It had two naves and was east-west oriented. The church was torn do...

Oslo

The ruins of Mariakirken (St. Mary's church)

Ruins of the medieval church Mariakirken (St. Mary's church), originally built in the year 1050 AD, but rebuilt and expanded several times. In the be...

Oslo

Lovisenberg Church

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...

Oslo

Gamlebyen Church

The church of Oslo's old town was built in 1796 on the grounds of a medieval franciscan convent....

Oslo

The Tiger

The tiger in front of Oslo Central Station is one of Oslo's most photographed "inhabitants". When Oslo celebrated its 1000-year anniversary in 2000,...

Oslo

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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