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Best pictures of the week: Oslo's extreme beauty

Oslo is a city vibrant with life and parties this weekend. And we’ve got beautiful sunsets too.

For the first time in their 20 year history, the X-Games are being held in Oslo, Norway. That means that the city is full of people celebrating and watching the world’s best action sports right now.

You don’t get a sense of all that, looking at the picture above, taken by Tomasz Majewski. However, he has captured the beauty of the sunset and the massive big air ramp set up at Tøyen in the eastern part of the city.

Here are some more images sent to us via our Facebook page during the week. Thanks a lot to all of you!

Bø, Vesterålen

Just north of Lofoten and the Arctic Circle, the archipelago of Vesterålen reaches out westwards from mainland Norway and into the Atlantic Ocean. The tallest peaks in Vesterålen reach more than 1,200 metres above sea level. Photo: Jan-Helge Andersen.

Lofoten

It’s still Northern Lights season in beautiful Lofoten, where the phenomenon can be observed until April. Lofoten offers an untrammelled landscape of majestic mountains, deep fjords, squawking seabird colonies and long, surf-swept beaches. Photo: Odd-Petter Tanke Jensen.

Maridalsvannet, Oslo

The picturesque Maridalsvannet is the largest lake in the municipitality of Oslo. It also serves as the main drinking water supply for the city. Photo: Tommy Amundsen.

Ladestien, Trondheim

Ladestien (or, the Lade Train in English) is a broad walking track that strolls along the Trondheimsfjord in the municipality of Trondheim. The track is about eight kilometres long, perfect for a spending a few hours on an otherwise lazy Sunday. Photo: Aziz Nasuti

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