This area contains charming, narrow passages with small, wooden houses from the nineteenth century. Start at ... More
Damstredet & Telthusbakken
This area contains charming, narrow passages with small, wooden houses from the nineteenth century. Start at Fredensborgveien, at about a 15-minute walk from the city centre; you can also get buses 24 or 70 northbound; your stop is Mlleveien. You can continue your walk up Akersbakken to the Gamle Aker medieval church, and from there to the Vår Frelsers Gravlund cemetery, where many famous Norwegians are buried.
These well kept botanical gardens (Botanisk Hage og Museum) are open year round and create beautiful surroundings for the university
museums located here. Visitors can see the greenhouse of tropical plants, the Rock Garden or the Fragrant Garden. Inside ...
Cross country skiing is perhaps the sport most widely associated with Scandinavia. Nordmarka, the forest which surrounds Oslo, contains a
seemingly infinite number of cross country paths, ranging from short courses for beginners to Olympic standard courses for keen ...
This handsome building on Drammensveien near the Royal Palace is the home of the Norwegian Nobel Committee. Every year the
Committee selects a Peace Prize winner, based on the criteria that Alfred Nobel (the Swede who left a fund ...
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