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Munch Museum (Munchmuseet)

Named and built after the Norwegian symbolist painter Edvard Munch, the Munch Museum (or Munchmuseet) first opened its doors in 1963 to commemorate what would have been the painters 100th birthday. It contains 1,200 paintings, 4,500 drawings, ... 

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Family and quot;Selfie and quot; at the NorskFolk Museum

September 2014

Kim, Narla Fries and daughter Kimberly at the NorskFolk Museum, before we had the pass. We visited Vigeland Park and Museum, the Natural History Museum, Munch Museum and rode the T using the pass! We tried to get our discount from the pass at Christian's restaurant, but the waitress forgot.

Viking Ship Museum

August 2014

Among our venue visits using the Oslo Pass.

Kon tiki raft

October 2012

Kon tiki raft in the kon tiki museum

Viking ship

October 2012

Viking ship in the Viking Museum

Vigeland Sculpture Park

October 2012

One of the many fascinating statues in Vigeland Sculpture Park

Oslo Olympic ski jump

October 2012

Holmenkollen Ski Jump/Ski Tower in Oslo's western hills:

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August 2012

Oslo city and fjor

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August 2012

Oslo fjor

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August 2012

City hall

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August 2012

Sunset on fjor

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August 2012

Landoyen island

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August 2012

Akershus castle

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August 2012

Viking-head stone on Holmenkollen

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August 2012

Vigeland sculpture park

Folk museum

October 2011

Folk museum

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