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  • Oslo ( or ) is the capital and largest city in Norway. Founded around 1048 by King Harald III "Hardrada" of Norway, the city was largely destroyed by a fire in 1624. The Danish–Norwegian king Christian IV rebuilt the city as Christiania (briefly also spelt Kristiania).
  • The capital and chief port of Norway, on the southern coast at the head of Oslofjord; pop. 458,000. Founded in the 11th century, it was known as Christiania (or Kristiania) from 1624 until 1924 in honor of Christian IV of Norway and Denmark (1577–1648)
  • the capital and largest city of Norway; the country's main port; located at the head of a fjord on Norway's southern coast
  • Oslo is a rock band based in California. They have existed together since 2001 as a trio, with a core of Mattia Borrani, Kerry Wayne James, and Gabrial McNair.
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Oslo, the Fjords & Southern Norway
Oslo, the Fjords & Southern Norway
This guide is based on our larger Adventure Guide to Scandinavia, but with abundant color photographs added and focusing on Oslo, the Fjords & Southern Norway. The author is a native of Scandinavia and knows it intimately.

The spectacular, scenic fjords of Norway are long, deep and usually surrounded by mountains. Since most of the country's 4? million people live in urban areas, it leaves most of the country uninhabited. This makes for abundant wildlife in the beautiful mountains, forests, lakes, and the famous fjords. Half the country's area is above the timberline while 25% is covered by forest. The highest mountain, and the highest peak in Scandinavia, is Mount Galdhopiggen (2,469 m/8,100 feet), while the longest fjord is Sognefjorden (204 km/126 miles), the longest in the world. Norway is the home of skiing, not only for Scandinavia, but for the whole world. While Norway has some great ski resorts for alpine skiing and produced several great skiers in the four disciplines (slalom, giant-slalom, Super-G and downhill), the most popular form of skiing by far is cross-country, which is considered the national sport.

Oslo is a small capital but, with just over 500,000 people, it's Norway's biggest city by far. What makes Oslo unique is its location. The Oslofjord links the city with the sea to the south. In the other three directions you find mountains, lakes and forests within easy reach from the city center.

The fjords were created during the latest Ice Age when the layer of ice, which was three km (1.8 mile) thick, cut deep incisions in the earth's crust. Fjords are found all along the coastline in Norway. The four major fjords in this region are Hardangerfjord, Sognefjord, Nordfjord and Geirangerfjord. Sognefjord is the longest and also the deepest of the Norwegian fjords; some parts of it have been measured as deep as 1,300 m (4,000 feet). Geirangerfjord has some of the most spectacular waterfalls you will ever find anywhere in the world. Hardangerfjord is known for its flowers and fruit orchards in the springtime. National Geographic Traveler, in a global survey done by 200 specialists, reported that the Norwegian Fjords ranked as the world's greatest destination.

Discover Scandinavia's pristine wilderness with suggestions on the best places to ski, hike, cycle, canoe and dogsled. The author takes you to Renaissance castles and Viking ruins; outlines spectacular driving tours; recommends the best cruises; and guides you through the magnificent countryside. Hundreds of hotel and restaurant choices are offered in all price ranges--from budget-friendly B&Bs to luxury hotels, from casual eateries to the hottest new restaurants, complete with thorough reviews showing what makes each place special. The myths and legends are explored, along with the history--from Harald Bluetooth to Sven Forkbeard, Knut the Great, Gorm the Old and the Vikings--examining how those traditions carry through in the culture today. The guide shows you how to meet the people, get involved, experience Norway directly and unforgettably.

This guide is based on our larger Adventure Guide to Scandinavia, but with abundant color photographs added and focusing on Oslo, the Fjords & Southern Norway. The author is a native of Scandinavia and knows it intimately.

The spectacular, scenic fjords of Norway are long, deep and usually surrounded by mountains. Since most of the country's 4? million people live in urban areas, it leaves most of the country uninhabited. This makes for abundant wildlife in the beautiful mountains, forests, lakes, and the famous fjords. Half the country's area is above the timberline while 25% is covered by forest. The highest mountain, and the highest peak in Scandinavia, is Mount Galdhopiggen (2,469 m/8,100 feet), while the longest fjord is Sognefjorden (204 km/126 miles), the longest in the world. Norway is the home of skiing, not only for Scandinavia, but for the whole world. While Norway has some great ski resorts for alpine skiing and produced several great skiers in the four disciplines (slalom, giant-slalom, Super-G and downhill), the most popular form of skiing by far is cross-country, which is considered the national sport.

Oslo is a small capital but, with just over 500,000 people, it's Norway's biggest city by far. What makes Oslo unique is its location. The Oslofjord links the city with the sea to the south. In the other three directions you find mountains, lakes and forests within easy reach from the city center.

The fjords were created during the latest Ice Age when the layer of ice, which was three km (1.8 mile) thick, cut deep incisions in the earth's crust. Fjords are found all along the coastline in Norway. The four major fjords in this region are Hardangerfjord, Sognefjord, Nordfjord and Geirangerfjord. Sognefjord is the longest and also the deepest of the Norwegian fjords; some parts of it have been measured as deep as 1,300 m (4,000 feet). Geirangerfjord has some of the most spectacular waterfalls you will ever find anywhere in the world. Hardangerfjord is known for its flowers and fruit orchards in the springtime. National Geographic Traveler, in a global survey done by 200 specialists, reported that the Norwegian Fjords ranked as the world's greatest destination.

Discover Scandinavia's pristine wilderness with suggestions on the best places to ski, hike, cycle, canoe and dogsled. The author takes you to Renaissance castles and Viking ruins; outlines spectacular driving tours; recommends the best cruises; and guides you through the magnificent countryside. Hundreds of hotel and restaurant choices are offered in all price ranges--from budget-friendly B&Bs to luxury hotels, from casual eateries to the hottest new restaurants, complete with thorough reviews showing what makes each place special. The myths and legends are explored, along with the history--from Harald Bluetooth to Sven Forkbeard, Knut the Great, Gorm the Old and the Vikings--examining how those traditions carry through in the culture today. The guide shows you how to meet the people, get involved, experience Norway directly and unforgettably.

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BØRSEN
BØRSEN
'Borsen' is norwegian for 'Stock exchange'. This is where traders used to do all that shouting, but now it's all computerized, to avoid hearing loss. Not sure what the building is used for these days. Aha, I thought when I saw this building, but ohohohno, it's not gonna be that easy. After planting my tripod in a dog poop, and then hanging at the top of a 10 foot fence that surrounds the place, I finally got this picture. But look at it! A mobile crane on the right, a cheap hotel towering on the left, an old tree with a "walking cane" in front, a prominent garbage can by the entrance, naked bushes and trees and boring April colors. Can't do anything about the season of course, but damn! The rest of the world can keep such things tidy, so why not us? This is very much Oslo. There are so many great buildings and things, but typically drowned in garbage containers and huge ugly garbage cans, building materials, ugly oversized trees (Somebody put them on a diet!), parked cars, road signs, cables and stuff. Borsen isn't bad compared to most other places in the city. I think people living here has gotten so used to it they don't react, but I bet the tourists do. I did when I moved here.
Norway: Oslo Gardermoen airport
Norway: Oslo Gardermoen airport
Thank you, captain!! :))) I landed, safe. Flying with SAS is cheap. Flying with Norwegian is even cheaper! When travelling to Netherlands I fly with Norwegian to Amsterdam, Schiphol, and back to Norway with SAS. This creates the possibility to have the right connection with trains, and there where I have to be on the same day. Otherwise you will have to sleep in a hotel and continue the journey on the next day. Hotels in Norway are expensive......!

cheap hotels in oslo
cheap hotels in oslo
Big Star Women's Envy Long Skinny Cigarette Jean in Oslo Size 31
These 5 pocket jeans from Big Star feature a dark indigo wash with subtle whiskering across the hips, light distressing down the legs and back, silver rivet and button accents, tone on tone seaming, signature embroidered back pockets, logo detailing and a zipper/button closure.
Material: 72% Cotton, 28% Polyester, 2% Spandex
Style: Cigarette
Wash: Oslo
Machine Wash Inside Out in Cold with Like Colors & Tumble Dry Low
Runs True to Size / Refer to Measurements Below
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