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    Located among university buildings along Karl Johans gate, the National Gallery features Norway's largest, most comprehensive art collection. The majority...

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    Oslo Domkirke

    This cathedral, built in the 17th century, underwent restorations in the mid-1800s and again in the mid-1900s. The pulpit and altar date back to the...

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    Three Viking burial vessels, Oseberg, Gokstad and Tune, which had been preserved in clay-like subsoil, were excavated on the shores of Oslo Fjord in the...

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    Båtservice Sightseeing

    This company offers a variety of boat and coach tour packages, including a minicruise, fjord sightseeing, and the Grand Tour of Oslo which shows off the...

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    Det Norske Kongehus

    Situated near the western terminus of Karl Johans gate, Norway's 160-room royal palace dates from 1824, when King Karl Johan commissioned architect Hans...

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    This castle park, which surrounds the Royal Palace, is open to the public. Visitors can witness the changing of the guard in the early afternoon. When the...

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    Huk/Paradisbukta Beach

    On a warm summer's day, few places in Oslo are as popular as Huk, a beach at the southern tip of the Bygdøy peninsula only 5 km from city center. It offers...

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    This simple, red-brick building – Oslo's city hall – houses colorful murals and frescoes depicting aspects of Norway's history, culture, and economy....

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    Akershus Slott og Festning

    The Akershus complex was originally built in 1300 as a fortress and royal residence and was later rebuilt, after a fire in 1527, as a royal Renaissance...


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