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Why you need to eat fish in Oslo


Photo by Stig B. Hansen/Aftenposten.no

Norway has a coastline that’s over 83 000 kilometres long, filled with cold and pure water. This, naturally, delivers fish and seafood of very high quality. Besides from that, Norway is world leaders when it comes to marine research and technology.
Therefore you can feel certain that the fish you eat in Norway…

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The world’s biggest sculpture park – Vigelandsparken


Oslo isn’t just the home to singing norwegians and fish, it’s also the home to the world’s biggest sculpture park – the Vigeland Park. Located by the area Frogner/Majorstuen, you will find the park with 200 sculptures in granite, bronze and wrought iron made by artist Gustav Vigeland (1869-1943). The park was built during the years 1939 and 1949…

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Welcome to our Oslo Blog!


The best restaurants in town, hidden gems and history about Oslo? Yeah, you have arrived to the right place. In our Oslo blog we will digitally guide you through the city and all you would want to know. If you’re looking for inspiration, an itinerary, a restaurant, or just want to read about your next destination – this is the place to be…

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