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The royal residence at the top of Karl Johans gate. Built 1824-48, open to the public in the summer (tickets must be ordered in advance).The Palace...
Catholic church named after the guardian saint of Oslo; St. Hallvard.
The church was built in 1966 and is famous for its innovative architecture....
Skøyen kirke (church) is a modern working church built in 1989.
Architects: Arkitekter: Hille & Mellbye
Glass paintings by Veslemøy Nystedt...
Church in the suburb Grorud in northeastern part of Oslo.
Grorud church is the cathedral of the valley Groruddalen, so it is visited by many who do...
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 church is in Neo-Gothic style, designed by architect H. Schytte-Berg, and was inaugurated in 1903....
The sculpture park is located by the Astrup Fearnley Museum at Tjuvholmen. Both were designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano.
Dyna Fyr (Dyna Lighthouse) is located right outside the Bygdøy peninsula, where it has welcomed guests to the harbour of Oslo since 1874.
Vigelandsparken is one of Norway's most visited attractions with more than 1 million visitors every year.
The unique sculpture park is the life work...
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