Founded as a Viking city in the early 12th century, the rapidly growing city of Oslo, Norway is surrounded by majestic waterways and pastoral mountains. Among the historic buildings of the past, starchitects have rushed to join the mad dash of creating the modernized skyline of the expanding city. Throughout the recent construction, Oslo has been extremely conscious of their ecological impact. The city has taken strides to preserve vast swaths of green space and has been presented environmental awards for being the European country with the lowest carbon footprint in the world.

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Oslo, Norway


Scheduled to open in 2021, this Oslo museum will become the largest in the Nordic countries with over 5,000 works on display in a 10,000m2 exhibition area.

Oslo, Norway

Bislett Stadium

This arena in Oslo, Norway has seen dozens of records shattered in its history.

Oslo, Norway

Victoria Terrasse

Once a fashionable residential complex this building is now home to Norway's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Oslo, Norway

Norsk Folkemuseum

Open air museum of Norwegian history that includes the oldest wooden dwelling in the world.

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