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
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?
Saturday morning - come to the Tinghus Square and watch the couples come in nervous and leave quite happily - in most cases.
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.
This is 'Oslo Domkirke'. 300 years old church that has a very liberal politics about openinghours (its said to be open day and night).
The Norwegian Royal Palace. Maybe Europe’s least fancy Palace, but at the same time maybe the one that is closest to its people.
the national theater... henrik ibsen, one of norways best known playwrights practised here. his statue stands tall outside the theater building