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The murals decorating the walls of Oslo's Radhus depict the city's history as well as many of the values and ideals its citizens hold dear. This great public space is where the Nobel awards are given each December.
Its size is the most stunning feature, it is a very large, solid building. The design is quite severe, industrial and heavy. No charm but definite presence with some interesting statues representing the workers and people of the city along the front.
Take the free tour (available in English) to see this beautiful building.
Though imposing and almost eastern-bloc looking from the outside, the inside of this building is an amazing collection of murals and art. Starting with the wood carved murals on the outside, the stories...More
The City Hall was roped off so tourists had little access to the hall’s beautiful main hall. The only interior opportunity was to enjoy the huge mural, no guides or anyone to answer questions about the hall.
The external stairs into the building with its...More