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... laid in 1694 and the church was consecrated in November 1697.In 2001, Oslo Cathedral was the site of the wedding of Haakon, Crown Prince of Norway, and Mette-Marit Tjessem Høiby.
Karl Johans gate
Karl Johans gate is the main street of the ...
... displayed. We also saw a sledge and wagon recovered from the grave. It always amazes as I travel through the world the archaeological history and quality of relics and history of the various countries and the similarities of various races in using natural resources. While being no reader of ancient history there were definite comparisons between the Viking and the Maori. We returned to the city and wandered through the cobblestone streets, which we ...
... distance from the city center and the opera house.
After unloading and finding an expensive parking space for the car, we walked up to the opera house. Very nice architecture, to a certain extent inspired by the Sydney opera house we guessed, but different. It is also on the waterfront, there is a lot of activity, a cafe along the opera house, lots of people and buzz, white stones and glass as main construction elements. ...
We started with a good porridge breakfast from camping place. Before the Norwegian border we stopped to shop for food in Sweden. We got to know a nice swede from a guns/toys store who gave us some Sweden stickers for free. In Oslo, we met with my AIESEC friend Børge and had a great burger with him (no pun, really). He couldn't host us on that day though, so he just showed us his city and we moved ...
... adventures. She was very lovely as are all the Norwegians we've met so far. She and the her friend said goodbye and left us to our lunch. After a decent break, we decided to get moving. We went through some more tree covered hill/mountains and after about an hour we began the look out for a decent camp site. Every area that seemed perfect at first, seemed to have a house nearby or was fenced off. We found a spot that had neither and became excited, but then saw a no camping ...