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Gamle Oslo - Almenningsgarðar og náttúra

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Almenningsgarður
“One of Oslo's most popular parks with sculptures by Gustav Vigeland. The park is perfect for walking and recreation. In and around the park you also have the city Museum and Vigelandsmuseet. In the summer, Frognerbadet is open, located in the corner of the park.”
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Almenningsgarður
“Large botanical garden at Tøyen. Great for a walk. There's also a museum and a nice cafe here. Walking distance from Grønland.”
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Almenningsgarður
“Great walk both day and night (as the sculptures are lit up at night). The sculptures are on a path through a park so you'll start at one place and then end up where you started in the end. It is right by the Ekeberg Restaurant where you can have a drink / dinner and a wonderful view of Oslo.”
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Höggmyndagarður
“Very interesting statue The place is very nice spaciale when june, juli, august and september”
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Útsýnisstaður
“Important to Oslos history, great views, said to be one of the most haunted areas in Oslo. Possible with ghost-tours.”
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Almenningsgarður
“Large Park with lots of trees. Options for table tennis if you have the equipment. Other activities possible. Gets lively in summer!”
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Almenningsgarður
“Here you can catch the trams numbered 11, 12, 13 and the bus 30 is very close by. ”
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Almenningsgarður
“The Palace Park The Palace Park, one of the Norwegian capital’s first and largest parks, surrounds the Royal Palace on all sides and features grassy areas as well as old, majestic trees. The Palace Park was developed simultaneously with the construction of the new Royal Palace, and is based on the ideal model of nature that prevailed in European horticulture in the mid-1800s. Comprising part of the Palace Park, the Queen’s Park dates all the way back to 1751 when it was created as a private garden in the Rococo style on the plot of land known as Sommerro. It was integrated into the Palace Park in 1840. The Palace Park is a protected cultural monument and is managed by the Palace gardeners. The main part is open to the public all year, and the Queen’s Park is open from 18 May to 1 October. ”
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Leiksvæði

Playground
“This place has the most beautiful view over Oslo!! If you walk it will take you 15 minutes, BUT its a hill, so you can get a little exhosted. It is worth it when you get there!”
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Playground
“This restaurant is so fresh that I couldn't find it on Google Maps... The name of the restaurant is Kolonialen and it's a really good neighbourhood restaurant. Amazing team behind the restaurant, the food follows the team behind.”
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Strendur

Bathing Area
“Beach and pier in the very city center. Nice place with bars and restaurants, Rema 1000 grocery store and public toilets. ”
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Beach
“Tjuvholmen City Beach is located at the edge of the island of Tjuvholmen, at the end of the Astrup Fearnley Sculpture Park. The beach itself has pebbles, and is perfect for children. If you’d like to go on a swim, it’s possible to jump right out from the pier outside the beach.”
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