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Buildings & Monuments in Oslo
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Grønland Church has been called "the cathedral of the east side", and is one of the biggest churches in Oslo.
The church was built in 1869 as a Roma...
Torshov Church was inaugurated in 1958 and was Norway's first "working chuch". Architects: Ulf Nyquist and Per Sunde.
The church is richly decorated...
Akershus Fortress, located in the city centre by the Oslo Fjord, is a great place to discover Oslo's history and enjoy a summer day.
The building of...
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 t...
Ekebergparken is a sculpture and national heritage park for the people of Oslo and visitors looking for a unique experience.
The sculpture park opene...
Church built in 1877 under the name Paulus Chuch, but the name was later changed, first to Petrus, then to Sofienberg. The church is situated in the So...
Sinsen Church was inaugurated November 7. 1971. It is a modern church, built in concrete. The architects were Turid and Kristen Bernhoff Evensen.
Lambertseter church was designed and built in 1966 by architect Harald Hille. It has a seating capacity of around 400.
The altarpiece of stainless ste...
The church of Oslo's old town was built in 1796 on the grounds of a medieval franciscan convent....