From the outside, Oslo's National Gallery looks like an old school building, with weathered red bricks and mouldy mortar. Inside it there are many gems representing Norway's art traditions and international art which require a full afternoon to browse through but more than a full day to appreciate. When you need a break, there is a very elegant cafe called the French Salon which not only serves coffee but satisfies tea connoisseurs too, serving 17 types of tea, unusual for a European museum. Only problem is that there aren't enough tables and one can wait for a long time to be seated at lunchtime.
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