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The cemetery was inaugurated in 1895 and has been enlarged several times, especially in the 1920s and 1930s, when it became richly vegetated with...
The city's largest memorial cemetery is Vestre gravlund (behind Vigeland Sculpture Park), with Soviet, British, American, Danish, Yugoslavian, Dutch,...
Nordstrand church is beautifully situated by Ekebergveien.
The church was originally built in 1866 as a chapel, in neo-gothic style. The architect...
Cemetery and chapel inagurated in 1902 behind Vigeland Park. The naturally laid out urn graves with stone settings are from 1939.
Special library for comics at the Grünerløkka library branch.
Closed on Sundays in summer....
Kvadraturen is the area between Akershus fortress and Grensen, Jernbanetorget and Egertorget. This was King Christian IV's town from the Renaissance....
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...
Torshov Church was inaugurated in 1958 and was Norway's first "working chuch". Architects: Ulf Nyquist and Per Sunde.
The church is richly decorated...
Paulus Church is a brick church in Neo-Gothic style inaugurated in 1892.
Architect Henrik Bull wanted the church to harmonize with the park...
Blomqvist is Norway's oldest and largest auction house, where quality and tradition have been celebrated since 1870.
Blomqvist specialises in...
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