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Read more: Oslo Jewish Museum Photo: Jødisk Museum i Oslo

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Oslo Jewish Museum

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...
Read more: Paulus Church Photo: andlun1 (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)

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Paulus Church

Paulus Church is a brick church in Neo-Gothic style inaugurated in 1892. Architect Henrik Bull wanted the church to harmonize with the park...
Read more: Østensjøvannet lake Photo: Audun Brekke Skrindo

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Østensjøvannet lake

Beautiful lake in a popular recreation area just 5 km from the city centre. The walking trail around the water is 4,5 km (2,8 miles) long and is...
Read more: Viking Biking Photo: Viking Biking

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Viking Biking

See the real Oslo by visiting the city on a bike! Viking Biking is an active way to take in the sights, guiding you through the parks, along the...
Read more: Christian Radich Photo: Christian Radich

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Christian Radich

Beautiful old sailing ship found at Akershusutstikkeren below Akershus Fortress when it is not out on the sea. Christian Radich is normally closed...
Read more: Miso Café Photo: Miso Café

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Miso Café

Café at Røa in western Oslo that serves all types of coffee, as well as great soups, salads, sandwiches and Asian dishes. The facilities can be...

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Helt Rått

Helt Rått serves real sushi made fresh on-site from quality ingredients. On the menu you find sushi, maki and a selection of hot Japanese, Chinese...
Read more: Cocoa Photo: Cocoa

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Cocoa

Cocoa at Grünerløkka is Norway's first cocoa bar. This charming café is located right next to Birkelunden park, and serves all sorts of different...
Read more: Edvard Munch's Ekely Photo: Munch-museet

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Edvard Munch's Ekely

Munch lived and worked for 28 years at Ekely until his death at the age of 80, on January 23, 1944.

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CAK Center for African Culture

The Center for Promotion of African Culture (CAK) is a little piece of Africa in Oslo which has been a feature of the Norwegian cultural landscape...
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