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Munch lived and worked for 28 years at Ekely until his death at the age of 80, on January 23, 1944.
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...
The church ruins in Maridalen valley are one of few memories in Oslo from the Middle Ages.
The Church of Margareta was built around the year 1250 AD....
Working-class apartment in Tøyengata 38 B, a building from 1887.
The apartment shows the living conditions among the working class in the eastern part...
Beautiful old sailing ship found at Akershusutstikkeren below Akershus Fortress when it is not out on the sea.
Christian Radich is normally closed to...
Regional society for folk culture and dance.
Folk dancing classes autumn and spring.
Bygdelagssamskipnaden's folk dance evenings are unique. Every Su...
Monastery ruins from the Middle Ages on the island Hovedøya. The ruins are idyllically situated in green surroundings.
The monastery was founded by...
The Vigeland Museum was built by the City of Oslo as both studio and home for Gustav Vigeland in the 1920s. The apartment, where Vigeland lived from...
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 b...
The history of Oslo begins in the Middle Ages; the first town-like settlement probably appeared around the year 1000 AD. The medieval town was located...