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#1 of 133 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
Walk in the woods, enjoy lakes and hills, visit some of the traditional resting places for travellers and enjoy view over Oslo.
There are a number of terrific views enroute, so keep your camera handy.
#2 of 133 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.
... provide ever changing views, including the industrial, populated city to the snow covered mountains above the tree line, with forests, meadows, waterfalls, fjords, water rapids and other sights in between.
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#3 of 133 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
Such fantastic displays and information, an incredible view into the incredible bravery and skill of polar explorers
This is an incredible museum, lots of history on this site, you get to learn about Norwegian explorers, it also includes the Kon-Tiki, you cannot miss!
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#4 of 133 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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#5 of 133 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
Another amazing must do place of interest for visitors to oslo! Fantastic reproduction of kontiki craft and many artefacts to view! 5 minutes walk from viking museum but also on bus route -bus stop right outside d...
Convenient to access by bus from central Oslo and only a 10 minute walk from other sights like the Vikingship Museum.
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#6 of 133 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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#7 of 133 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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#8 of 133 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
Walk along the fjord passing several interesting sights like the Astrup Fearnley art museum, the Akershus Castle and Fortress, the Opera and more.
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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#9 of 133 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
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#10 of 133 Sights & Landmarks in Oslo
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.
A beautiful manmade gem! Free admission and near the main sites and atractions of downtown Oslo.
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