At first exterior reminded me of USSR buildings (not a fan) but inside is amazing and represents Scandinavian astonishing style standarts and ultra-modern ideas in 30ties.
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Given how imposing it is on the skyline, particularly when in front of it, that this is a free-to-enter attraction goes under the radar somewhat. There's little signage or direction outside to suggest you can just walk up to the front door and help yourself...More
The city hall didn't leave much impression on me from the back side. But once you walk from the front and you enter inside, you will probably see one of the most amazing city halls in the world. It has amazing wall paintings. The entrance...More
There is no cost for admission so if you find yourself in the neighborhood please do stop in. The interior is beautiful and has huge murals.
This building was simply a few blocks from the Hotel Continental, and I saw it repeatedly as I walked the general area. The structure itself looks quite solid, steady, and available to the people of Oslo. My greatest appreciation of it was the consistency of...More
This was certainly a focal point as we walked slowly around this part of Oslo. Close to the harbour area, shops, restaurants and cafes, with a large, clean, square to its front. Art work and statues / memorials are also on show near by.
The artwork here is neat, and this is actually the place where they hold the Nobel Peace Prize awards. Definitely check it out to see some art for free, and to get a feel of how the city is built. Took about 30 minutes and...More
I can say that this place reflecting the history of Oslo in a very nice display. outside the building with very nice carved pictures and inside with a great wall painting and historical furniture.like it
Never has a building seemed so different from outside to inside, outside terrible 70s looking architecture, inside is serene like church and fantastic murals. Of course it has been designed this was as a trick and probably to show the contrasts