20 Sights in Oslo, Norway (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Oslo, Norway. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 20 sights are available in Oslo, Norway.

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1. Vålerenga park

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Wetland Park is a park on the wetland grass in Oslo. The park has 32 goals and was redesigned during the years 1903-1916. The Helenga Church (1902) stands in the middle of the park. The park is divided by the streets in the north of Denmark, Ludi Street and Wetland School for the Elderly in the east, the main driveway in the south and the upstream street in the west. There is a wetland tunnel under the park. The clergy close to the church are farmhouses from the former Varlenga Farm.

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2. Kong Haakon VII

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The statue of Hakenvie at number 7. The June Square in Oslo, created by sculptor Niels Haas and unveiled on the 100th anniversary of King Haakon's birth, is considered a staple of postwar Norwegian sculpture. The relatively young sculptor aas beat several of his senior colleagues in the price competition for the task, which was won by this characteristic of intergenerational transformation.

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3. Bülow Hanssens plass

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Bülow Hanssens plass Helge Høifødt / Public domain

Oboe his space is a space with park facilities in Oslo. The space was on the Throne Dems Road in front of Sophie's mine, at the rear of the car that had been crossed, just north of the space of the rear man. The square covers an area of 4 acres and was rated as a park in 1938. In the west of the square, there is a mud tile pool. Facing three sides, the space faces the residential farm.

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4. Kirsten Flagstad

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Kirsten Malfrid Flagstad was a Norwegian opera singer and a highly regarded Wagnerian soprano. She ranks among the greatest singers of the 20th century, and many opera critics called hers "the voice of the century." Desmond Shawe-Taylor wrote of her in the New Grove Dictionary of Opera: "No one within living memory surpassed her in sheer beauty and consistency of line and tone."

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5. Botanisk museum

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The Botanical Museum was established in 1863 and moved into today's buildings (1913) on Tøyen in 1915. The initiative was taken by botany professor Johan Nordal Fischer Wille and Professor and Principal Waldemar Christopher Brøgger, the latter also created the Geological Museum in 1917. The museum was beaten Together with the Botanical Garden in 1975.

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6. Nasjonalmonumentet for krigens ofre 1940-45

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"The National Monument to the victims of the War 1940-45", also referred to as the "National Monument at Akershus Fortress" or just the "National Monument", is a monument in memory of Norwegian fallen during World War II. The war memorial is designed by Gunnar T. Janson. It was listed at the Fortress Square at Akershus Fortress in Oslo in 1970.

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7. Kunstnernes hus

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Kunstnernes Hus is an art gallery in Oslo, Norway. It is Norway's largest gallery under the direction of artists, and has served as a major center for exhibits of Norwegian and international contemporary art. It is also a prominent example of Functionalist architecture situated in Wergelandsveien 17, across the Royal palace park.

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8. Zoologisk museum

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The Zoo Museum is located in the Botanical Garden of Oslo's urban mob. The museum is part of the Natural History Museum, which also includes and belongs to the Geological Museum similar to the University of Oslo (uio). The zoology museum is open to the public. February 1910. The exhibits were completely revised in the 1970s.

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9. MS Scandinavian Star minnesmerke

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MS Scandinavian Star minnesmerke Terje Fredh / Sjöhistoriska museet / CC BY-SA 4.0

MS Scandinavian Star, originally named MS Massalia, was a car and passenger ferry built in France in 1971. The ship was set on fire on April 7, 1990, killing 159 people, and which the official investigation determined to have been caused by a convicted arsonist who died in the blaze. This finding has since been disputed.

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10. Hydroparken

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Hydroparken Helge Høifødt / Public domain

Hydroparken is a park at Norsk Hydro's tall office building, known as Hydrobygget, at Solli Plass in Oslo. The building was designed by Erling Viksjø and built in 1960. Viksjø connected to the landscape architects Grindaker and Gabrielsen that designed the park. The walls are made by the visual artist Odd Tandberg.

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11. Etterstadparken

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The back garden is the park of the old Oslo in the city. It was used as the core of the back garden of residential buildings, and was cited in the 1940s and 1950s as a size model by separate low blocks. Large green spaces between buildings meander through the park. This formed the pattern of killing towns later.

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12. Gartnerløkka

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Gardening Long Beach is a park with steep terrain between the cuckoo on Oslo's energy pile and the South League Tower. Inside the park, Ulgarta 50, an 1820 brick house built by gardeners and later inhabited by Johan Siebock and son Julius, who may well have given the area a name. The park was rebuilt in 1985.

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13. St. Hallvard kirke

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St. Hallvard's Church and Monastery on Enerhaugen in Oslo, Norway, not far from the former medieval St. Hallvard's Cathedral, is the location of the largest current parish of the Catholic Church in Norway. The Catholic parish church for eastern Oslo, it was run by the Franciscans until 1 September 2008.

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14. Rudolf Nilsens plass

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Rudolf Nilsen's place is a place on Tøyen in Oslo, surrounded by Vahls gate, Vahl school and Heimdalsgata, just off the Botanical Garden and Museum. The 8.2 -acre space has been worked up as a park and there is a ball binge and artificial turf that is an artificial ice rink in the winter.

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15. Astrup Fearnley Museet

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The Astrup Fearnley Museum [sic] is a private museum for contemporary art at Tjuvholmen in Oslo, organized as Astrup Fearnley Museet AS. The museum opened in 1993 and was founded and supported by the Thomas Fearnley, Heddy and Nils Astrup Foundation.

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16. Ibsenmuseet

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Ibsenmuseet AnonymousUnknown author / Public domain

The Ibsen Museum (Ibsenmuseet) occupies the last home of the playwright Henrik Ibsen. It is located close to the Royal Palace on Henrik Ibsens gate in Oslo, Norway. The museum in Oslo is closed. According to the website, it will reopen in 2021.

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17. Sommerfrydhagen

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Sommerfrydhagen Helge Høifødt / Public domain

Sommerfrydhagen is a park with a playground and universal accessibility at Tøyen in Oslo, specially designed for the disabled. The name probably comes from Løkken Sommerfryd, which in the 19th century lay where the park today is located.

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18. Peer Gynt-parken

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Peer Gynt-parken Jim Dine / CC BY 3.0

Peer Gynt Sculpture Park is a sculpture park located in Oslo, Norway. The sculpture park was created in honour of the Norwegian writer, Henrik Ibsen as a monumental presentation of one of his plays Peer Gynt, act by act.

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19. She Lies

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She Lies Original work: Monica Bonvicini
Depiction: User:Spike / Fair use

She Lies is a public sculpture by Monica Bonvicini made of stainless steel and glass panels measuring approximately 12 metres (39 ft) by 17 metres (56 ft) by 16 metres (52 ft) next to the Oslo Opera House, in Norway.

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20. Alfaset Gravlund anlag 1972

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The algae sac is a burial on the algae sac in the city of alna, Oslo in 1972. The building was designed by architects blakstad and munthe-kaas. The German War Cemetery is located at the site where Alphast was buried.

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