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Oslo, Norway

At the centre of Frogner Park in Oslo is this beauty.

Bathed in sunshine, cascading with thundering water and sculpted by the legend Gustav Vigeland (1869–1943) – along with the rest of the park – it’s simply stunning. 31 more words

Museum in a Mausoleum

Emanuel Vigeland, the less famous yet no less talented brother of the great Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland, turned his museum into his own mausoleum. It is one-of-a-kind experience walking inside this tomb and look at his paintings on the wall with the help of only candle light. 8 more words


Fredag 19 januar turer

Heisann og happy fredag

Helgen har kommet, men første kan vi koser oss med noen fine bilder fra turene våre i dag i snowy marka. 118 more words



I am going on a date. With my husband. This is unusual, and I’m really looking forward to it. I’m planning on getting quite drunk. We’re going out to eat, then to a stand up show. 10 more words


Flam Railway & The Last Night in Olso

The day started off on a great foot once we left our apartment room and completed the short walk to town. Our first event of the day was taking a ride on the scenic Flam railway. 263 more words

Supreme Roastworks - Tomi’s coffee trip in Europe



Supreme Roastworks 224 more words


Art and Architecture: Oslo Opera House

Art is the ultimate form of expression. When spatial function and a concern for public needs is added to it, art becomes architecture. Hence, architecture is a form of civic art that embodies the soul of its time, it represents ‘gestalt’ with its arrangement of space as well as its aesthetic qualities. 494 more words