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Note: St. Olav's Catholic Church is closed until 15 June 2015 due to renovations. Many of the scheduled events will be held in Trefoldighetskirken inst...
Inaugurated in 1950, Oslo City Hall is the city's administrative body and the seat of the City Council.
The building has been decorated by great Nor...
Chapel in picturesque surroundings next to the Holmenkollen ski arena with views of the city below.
Holmenkollen Chapel was built in 1903 and inaugur...
Near the northern end of the Torshovdalen valley you find HEAD N.N., a giant enlargement of a classic doll head which artist Marianne Heske bought at...
The church is in Neo-Gothic style, designed by architect H. Schytte-Berg, and was inaugurated in 1903....
At the once industry-heavy bank of the river Akerselva, one of Oslo’s most interesting new city development projects, called Vulkan, has come to life....
The area known as Tjuvholmen is a recent addition to Oslo's varied collection of boroughs. The buildings that make up the area are drawn by some 20...
Church from 1961 in gray concrete with red brick and natural stone. Tonsen kirke (church) was designed by architect Georg Greve.
Frogner Park (Frognerparken) is the biggest park in central parts of Oslo and a popular recreational area for people from all over the city.
On a nic...