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We will start this walk with a view on one of the most interesting among Oslo’s recent architectural additions: the Astrup Fearnley Museum by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano. From the popular Aker Brygge pier, dotted with restaurants and cafes, you will see the Akershus Fortress (originally built in 1300) across the water. We will then walk towards the City Hall, where the Peace Nobel award ceremony takes place each year. We will then stroll on towards Karl Johans gate with the National Theatre, the Parliament Building and the Royal Palace from afar.
Norwegians are very proud of their traditions – traditional costumes and “back to basics” weekends at the family cabin among other things – , but at the same time they like to be at the forefront of innovation, be it electric vehicles, underwater tunnels, architectural achievements… Norway is an interesting mix of all this. I hope to give you some insight into the real Norwegian spirit!
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