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Buildings & Monuments in Oslo
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Dating from 1299, this medieval castle and royal residence developed into a fortress in 1592, after which it was rebuilt into a renaissance castle...
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...
The church of Oslo's old town was built in 1796 on the grounds of a medieval franciscan convent....
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...
Kvadraturen is the area between Akershus fortress and Grensen, Jernbanetorget and Egertorget. This was King Christian IV's town from the Renaissance....
The beautiful wooden Holmenkollen Chapel is beautifully situated next to the Holmenkollen ski arena. The chapel was inaugurated in 1913.
At the once industry-heavy bank of the river Akerselva, one of Oslo’s most interesting new city development projects has come to life. Innovative,...
The mosque in Åkebergveien is the headquarters of World Islamic Mission, one of the biggest Moslem congregations in Norway.
With room for about 700...
Astrup Fearnley Museum is home to the Astrup Fearnley Collection, a collection of modern and contemporary art counted among the most significant of...
Norway's largest public collection of paintings, drawings and sculptures are found in the National Gallery, established in 1837.
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