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Buildings & Monuments in Oslo
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The area known as Tjuvholmen is a recent addition to Oslo's varied collection of boroughs. The buildings that make up the area are drawn by some 20...
At the once industry-heavy bank of the river Akerselva, one of Oslo’s most interesting new city development projects, called Vulkan, has come to life....
Sculpture park at Løren with 20 sculptures inspired by Henrik Ibsen's famous play "Peer Gynt".
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...
Note: The church is closed due to renovations until December 2016.
Brick church in Neo-Gothic style, inaugurated in 1892.
Architect Henrik Bull want...
Vålerenga Church is located at Vålerenga on Oslo's east side. It is drawn by architects Heinrich Jürgensen and Holger Sinding-Larsen, and was consecrat...
Near the northern end of the Torshovdalen valley you find HEAD N.N., a giant enlargement of a classic doll head which artist Marianne Heske bought at...
Dyna Fyr (Dyna Lighthouse) is located right outside the Bygdøy peninsula, where it has welcomed guests to the harbour of Oslo since 1874.