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Norsk Folkemuseum
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Oscarshall
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Drobak
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Waterfall at Molla
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Karl Johans gate
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Ostbanehallen
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Tjuvholmen Neighbourhood
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Norsk Folkemuseum
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Ostbanehallen
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Barcode Oslo
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Statue of Franklin D. Roosevelt
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Old Aker Church
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Oslomarka
#1 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
There's lots of forest, lakes, rivers, some hills/very low mountains with great views, and it's easy to get to Oslomarka via public transport, bicycle or car.
From Frognerseteren you get the best view over Oslo. 5 minutes walk Down from the station you find a restaurand and a cafe which offers all Norwegian traditional dishes.
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The Bergen Railway
#2 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
The train trip from Oslo to Bergen was an outstanding experience that provided us with views of snow covered mountains and plateaus, stark glaciers, lush forests, charming villages and magnificent fiords.
Seeing the scenery of the country in early February, mountains, rivers, waterfalls..... it was truly beautiful, especially as the day brightened and everything came into sharper view.
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Norsk Folkemuseum
#3 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History is on Bygdøy peninsula, a half hour ferry ride from Oslo harbor; it's a huge open-air museum and is in my view Oslo's most compelling attraction, even more interesting than...
Abundant wild flowers, close up views of those grass covered roofs, a magnificent stave church and a cosmopolitan 18th cent town house are all in the mix.
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Drobak
#4 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
A relaxed atmosphere, quite a few cafés and restaurants, notably Skipperstuen with a lovely view over the fjord.
The bus takes a little over one hour from Bjorvika (near Oslo S) and travels along a really nice area with views to the fjord.
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Oscarsborg Fortress
#5 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
It is nice to walk around the island to see both the fortifications and the flora as well as the nice view and sound of the ocean.
The island has been well looked after and is pleasant in itself and the views down the Oslo fjord are beautiful.
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Oslo's Harbour Promenade
#6 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
The Harbour Promenade fits the bill on all counts, as you have great water views, ships and ferries, a large variety of dining choices, architectural details of buildings and bridges, and a nice sea breeze.
The views across to the Akershus Fortress were lovely and the atmosphere here was very relaxed, lots of people just taking in the sights and making the most of a traffic free environment.
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Tjuvholmen Sculpture Park
#7 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
A perfect place to absorb the tranquility and beauty of a splendid city green space while having the opportunity to view and contemplate magnigicent works of sculpture and reflect on the artist's ability to captur...
Make sure you walk around and get the views .. from the bridge, looking over the bridge, walk down a path and look at the side of the bridge.
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Grunerlokka
#8 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
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Oslo City Hall (Oslo Radhuset)
#9 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
... can wander around this building at leisure, walk through the room where Oslo's Parliament sits, admire the awesome wall and ceiling frescoes, the view of the waterfront and see where the Nobel Prizes are awarded.
If you go upstairs, there’s some great views back at the murals, cases full of gifts from the ambassadors of countries around the world, as well as more large and ornately decorated rooms.
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Akershus Castle and Fortress (Akershus Slott og Festning)
#10 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
The castle, fortress, is tranquile and beautiful, with a museum of the norwegian resistance movement from WW2 - and beautiful kodak places where you can enjoy the sights of the fiord and the posh Aker Brygge.
... all over Europe Very interesting to learn We spend a couple of hours strolling around the fortress and relaxing taking in the scenes Certainly worth a visit So much culture and history to take in and superb views
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Karl Johans gate
#11 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
At any time of day I think Karl Johan is a must walk down street, in the daytime it's nice to walk and see the tourist landmarks and visit the shops but at night there is a whole different atmosphere.
This is the main street of downtown Oslo, offering shops and restaurants and good views of the Palace at one end and Parliament at the other, with the National Theatre in between.
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The Royal Palace
#12 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
Oslo is a beautiful city nice and compact city centre with lovely sights Plenty restaurants and cafes to choose from It was stunning sailing out of Oslo the fjords amazing
Beautiful garden and parks surrounding the palace, watched the changing of the guards, and beautiful view of city centre from the top...modest palace compared to others I have seen.
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The Norwegian Parliament
#13 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
I loved the view of the city from the front of this building.
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Emanuel Vigeland Museum
#14 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
Oslo Cathedral (Oslo Domkirke)
#15 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
In 2001, the Oslo Cathedral was the site of the wedding of Haakon, Crown Prince of Norway, and Mette-Marit Tjessem Høiby.
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Ostbanehallen
#16 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
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Tjuvholmen Neighbourhood
#17 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
The sea front has a great view and there's an interesting sculpture park too.
It also has beautiful views of the bay.
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Tiger Sculpture
#18 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
List harga is right out front by the train station and two hotels that was within view.
Great landmark to meet up by.
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Oslo Spektrum
#19 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
I was sitting in block 105, row 8 which offered me a pretty decent view of the stage and the floor.
Barcode Oslo
#20 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
Perfect location if you want to live like a local and enjoy easy access to public transportation as well as major sites.
Breathtaking view for a skyline!
The Holocaust Center
#21 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
Important Site To See
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Vulkan Neighbourhood
#22 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
Bogstad Gard
#23 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
Old Aker Church
#24 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
The doors are open for anyone who wants to (quietly) view its austere but quite beautiful interior.
With limited opening hours, if you want to view the interior of the church, you should check before you go.
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She Lies
#25 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
Oscarshall
#26 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
Waterfall at Molla
#27 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
Follow the little river South tot discover some cool sights!
Located not so far from the city centre (you can walk along the river from Opera / Bjørvika area), it makes you feel closer to nature and offers a stunning view no matter what the season and weather conditions are.
Magic Ice Bar
#28 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
St. Hanshaugen
#29 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
We took a short cut to avoid road walking and spent almost an hour exploring this oasis of calm and fun (children sledging) and views across the city.
An amazing view over the fjord at the top.
Holmenkollen Chapel
#30 of 163 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo