Oslo Local Customs

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    dancing old dance

    by Hildeal Updated Jun 5, 2004

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    old dance

    Norwegians like to think they're traditional. That's why we have to take a traditional dance once in a while. But the whole thing reminds me of Polka

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    17th of may. the Royal Family

    by Bada-Ran Updated Apr 11, 2004

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    Royal family up there in teh balcony.

    As I said before, here you have the Royal Family in the 17th of may parade. do you realise how close one can get to them?

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    The Tinghus - City Hall

    by yooperprof Written Jan 3, 2003

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    Getting Married in the Morning

    Saturday morning - come to the Tinghus Square and watch the couples come in nervous and leave quite happily - in most cases.

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    Curteous and polite

    by fluffybunny Written Sep 18, 2002
    Girl on violin in front of the Wheel of Life

    The Norwegians appear to be a little sombre when they are at work but don't take this as an office it's just their nature. Out and about though they seem to be more relaxed.

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  • This is 'Oslo Domkirke'. 300...

    by good-old Written Sep 2, 2002

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    This is 'Oslo Domkirke'. 300 years old church that has a very liberal politics about openinghours (its said to be open day and night).

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    The Norwegian Royal Palace.

    by daarth Written Aug 25, 2002

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    The Norwegian Royal Palace.

    The Norwegian Royal Palace. Maybe Europe’s least fancy Palace, but at the same time maybe the one that is closest to its people.

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    the national theater... henrik...

    by husain Written Aug 25, 2002

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    the national theater... henrik ibsen, one of norways best known playwrights practised here. his statue stands tall outside the theater building

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