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I visit the Oslo City Hall. It was very impressive. Wonderful architect with amazing paintings especially upstairs.
Unfortunately there was a rude guard at the front of the door that ruined that visit.
We went to see the City Hall on our last day in Oslo before catching our flight home. We knew it was free, but we weren't expecting terribly much given that it's a city hall. However, the interior decorations were absolutely gorgeous and worth the...More
As city halls go, this one is modern compared to the rest of Oslo but that aside, go inside and take a look around the great hall. The murals are beautiful. At the front of the building you can look out over the harbour. Easy...More
We unfortunately could not go inside as it was being prepared for the Nobel peace prize being awarded in a couple of days but we enjoyed the magnificent murals on each side of the galleries leading to the entrance
The city hall is a truly ugly monolith that sits on a prime spot near the harbour. It reminded me of a Russian apartment block from one of the Bourne movies.
It’s very hard to miss. There is no comparison to the old fortress nearby.