Monday, 03 December 2012 12:43

Oslo

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Capital of Norway, the Court residence and seat of government, enjoys a wonderful location in the Oslofjord, which opens the Skagerrak over a length of 100 km, free throughout the year by ice.

The town is surrounded by green hills, lakes and forests, inhabited by animals and colorful flowers.
Oslo collects about 13% of the Norwegian population and, in addition to the large port, includes mechanical engineering and shipbuilding. The presence of academies, universities and several museums contribute to the vibrant cultural atmosphere of the city.

What to visit

Karl Johansgate, the Stortorget (the largest market), the Cathedral, the Studenterlunden, the Storting (Parliament), Nationaltheatret, the Radhus, the Universitet (the Aula Magna painted by Munch), the SlottParken, the Konige Slott (the Royal Palace), Old Aker Kirke, Frognrparken (one of the most beautiful parks in the whole of Scandinavia), Vikingskipene.

Several museums: Historik Museum, Nasjonalgalleriet (with masterpieces by Munch), Kunstindustrimuseet, Munch Museum.

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