Villa Grande is the name of a property on Bygdøy in Oslo.
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Oslo (English pronunciation: /ˈɒzloʊ/, OZ-loh, Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈuʂˈlu] ( listen) or, rarer [ˈusˈlu] or [ˈuʂlu]) is the capital and the most populous city in Norway.
Latitude: 59° 54' 45.83" N
Longitude: 10° 44' 45.92" E
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Rødkleiva is a hill located in Nordmarka in Oslo, Norway. It was taken into use as a slalom hill in 1947 and was used for the combined event of the Holmenkollen Ski Festival eleven times between 1947 and 1963. It hosted the slalom events for the 195…
The Romerike Tunnel (Norwegian: Romeriksporten) is a 14.580-kilometre (9.060 mi) railway tunnel in Norway between Oslo and Lillestrøm. It is the longest railway tunnel in Norway and forms the first section of the Gardermoen Line.
Oslo City Museum (Oslo Bymuseum) is located in the Frogner Manor in Frogner Park in Oslo, Norway.
Oslo City is one of the largest shopping centres in central Oslo, Norway, with a turnover of 1,444 billion Norwegian kroner in 2005. The shopping centre was built in 1988, and is visited by c. 50,000 people a day – 16 million a year.
Old Aker Church (Norwegian: Gamle Aker kirke) is a medieval church located in Oslo.
Lambertseter is a suburb of the city of Oslo, Norway, and is part of the borough of Nordstrand.
Gressholmen Airport Norwegian: Gressholmen sjøflyhavn) was a water aerodrome situated the island of Gressholmen in Oslo, Norway. It served as the main airport serving Oslo from 1927 to 1939, along with Kjeller Airport. The aerodrome consisted of doc…
Frogner stadion is a sports stadium in Oslo, Norway, which has artificial ice in the winter for speed skating and bandy. The artificial grass is used in the summertime for soccer and American football. It is located close to the Frogner Park, betwee…
Ekeberg is a neighborhood in the city of Oslo, Norway. The Norway Cup soccer tournament takes place at Ekebergsletta every summer. "Sletta" means "the plain".
The Colosseum Kino in Oslo, Norway is the largest cinema in Northern Europe and the largest THX cinema in the world.
Barratt Due Institute of Music is located in Oslo, Norway. It was established in 1927 by pianist Mary Barratt Due and violinist Henrik Adam Due. It is a private foundation which receives government funding for parts of its activities.
The Norwegian Football Cup 2010 was the 105th season of the Norwegian annual knockout football tournament. The competition started with two qualifying rounds on 11 April and 21 April, and the final was held on 14 November at Ullevaal Stadium.
Østensjø is a district of the city of Oslo, Norway.
Vinterbro is a village in the municipality of Ås, Akershus, Norway. It has 3,000 residents in the subdivisions Togrenda and Sjøskogen.
Vallhall Arena is a multi-purpose indoor arena, located in Valle-Hovin, Oslo, Norway. The stadium has a capacity of 5,500 people, during matches. The Tippeligaen club Vålerenga uses the arena for training and friendly matches in the winter off-seaso…
Oslo University Hospital, Ullevål (Norwegian: Oslo universitetssykehus, Ullevål), formerly Ullevål University Hospital (Norwegian: Ullevål universitetssykehus) in Oslo, Norway is one of the four main campuses of Oslo University Hospital.
Torshov is an area in the borough Sagene in Oslo, Norway.