Walk across Oslo's famous fairy tale bridge
Anker Bridge in Oslo crosses the Akerselva River, and ties together the city centre and the vibrant Grünerløkka neighbourhood. The current structure was built in 1926, made from granite with a surface in the style of art nouveau. In 1937, the bridge was decorated with four bronze sculptures inspired by well-known Norwegian fairy tales, and The Fairy Tale Bridge subsequently became a popular nickname.
Last updated: 03/30/2022
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