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We enjoyed this historic square in the center of 17th century Oslo as built by the Danes. There are many old buildings in the area dating from this time and a short walk to Akershus Fortress. In the middle of the square is the impressive...More
This historic square or nowadays a roundabout is located in Rådhusgata in Oslo's old city center.
Some of Oslo's oldest buildings are found around this square. There is also a fountain, with a sculpture of a hand pointing to the ground.
One of the more special and interesting sculptures in the city. Located in the center city areas at the base of the shopping area and pedestrian street near restaurants and other city attractions. Great for photo opportunities. This a primary
landmark and meeting place in...More
Stroll through this most picturesque square to see the fountain/sculpture of King Christian IV's hand as he pointed to this spot as the center of the modern city of Oslo, after the old, wooden city was decided to be improved upon. You will find one...More