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Hoping to transform the city into a world-class cultural centre, the city fathers have embarked on a massive waterfront redevelopment project (which is...
Even in repose, there is something intimidating about the sleek, dark hulls of the Viking ships Oseberg and Gokstad –the best preserved such ships in the...
The centrepiece of Frognerparken is an extraordinary open-air showcase of work by Norway's best-loved sculptor, Gustav Vigeland. Statistically one of the top...
Norway's largest open-air museum and one of Oslo's prem-ier attractions is this folk museum. The museum includes more than 140 buildings, mostly from the...
The Bygdøy Peninsula ( M0368) holds some of Oslo's top attractions. You can rush around all the sights in half a day, but allotting a few extra hours will be...
The woodland north of the Holmenkollen Ski Jump, known as Nordmarka, is a prime destination for hiking, mountain biking, sledding and skiing. It's also the...
The Holmenkollen Ski Jump , perched on a hilltop overlooking Oslo, offers a panoramic view of the city and doubles as a concert venue. During Oslo's annual...
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