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Our hotel was 1 block away from this building. We went by it 3-5xs a day and in our last day there we visited it. Thank goodness!!! From the wood carvings that line the entrance to the beautiful kabuki doll in the display area of...More
Oslo City Hall is full of wonderful art and well worth a visit. It was mostly built in the 1930’s and finished in 1950. While the exterior isn’t that impressive, the interior and the woodcuts on the exterior walls of the u-shapes entry are fantastic....More
When everything in Norway is expensive, it was nice to visit the town hall and visit for free. From the outside it doesn't look anything special but when you step in through the grand doors it opens up into a magnificent building with lovely decoration....More
Doesn’t look like much from the outside (brown building) other than the cool astronomical clock. Once inside (free) you make your way to the grand room where every year the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded. Beautiful murals on the wall. Great views of the harbor....More
From teh outside, the City hall looks like a modern church or a plain city building. On the inside however its a totally different story. Inside the main lobby there is some amazing artwork telling the story of Norway. It is also the building where...More