The capital of Norway is a city with high prices but not to be missed.

Oslo City Hall

Oslo City Hall (Oslo rådhus) where Nobel Peace Prize ceremony is held annually

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Manhole cover showing coat of arms of Oslo, with St. Hallvard


The Royal Palace (Slottet) on 17 May (MORE)

Karl Johans Gate, Oslo-1

Karl Johans Gate: Parliment (left), Palace (centre), Grand Hotel (right)

University of Oslo

University of Oslo old campus at Karl Johans Gate, currently the law faculty


Eidsvolls plass with statue of Wergeland, ice skating in winter

The National Theatre, Oslo

The National Theatre (Nationaltheatret) with statues of Ibsen and Bjørnson


Oslo Opera House (Operahuset), among first stages in urban renewal of Bjørvika

Ibsen Museum, Oslo

Ibsen Museum, previously Henrik Ibsen's residence in a street named after him

Munch Museet, Oslo

Munch museet, a museum dedicated to the work and life of Edvard Munch

Nobel Peace Centre

Nobel Peace Centre, previously the railway station for westboound trains


Christiania Square with Old Town Hall (far left) and Hansken (the glove)

Bygdøy, Oslo

Bygdøy, the museum penisula of Oslo (MORE)

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The Vigeland Park (Vigelandsparken) (MORE)


Holmenkollen Ski Jump, tower 60m above ground, 417m above sea level

Tøyen museum park , Oslo

Tøyen museum park with natural history museum and botanical garden

Trefoldighetskirken, Oslo

Trefoldighetskirken, Gothic church in the middle of the Government ministries

Oslo Domkirke

Oslo Domkirke as seen from Storgaten, used to be the busiest shopping street

Tostrup-gården, Oslo

Tostrup-gården, built in 1893-98 for court jewellers, J. Tostrup

Oslo City Hall by Oslo Fjord

Inner harbor by night with City Hall Square in the background

Akershus Fortress, Oslo

Akershus Fortress (Akershus Festning)

Clock Tower at Aker Brygge

Clock tower at Aker Brygge