The town hall in Oslo is famous for holding the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony.
It was built in the 1930s, and is located near to the sea, close to Aker Brygge.
It stands out because of the two unusual block brick towers. First impressions are not so positive, but it grows on you.
The building has several sculptures on the walls depicting labourers at work. By the main entrance there is a fountain with a sculpture of a bird. From a distance it appears like a normal brick building, but on
closer inspection you observe various unusual patterns in the brickwork.
The interior walls are decorated with striking artworks in different bright colours. From the first floor there is an amazing view of the Oslo Harbour and the scenic fjord.
It's worth your while spending time slowly looking at the details both inside and out.
Oslo Centre, close to Nationaltheatret and Aker Brygge
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