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restetorget/residual square: "min fremtid lå på restetorget" the residual square saved my future"
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This place is called the university place. It's a small part of the big university in Oslo called(Blindern). At this place people study law and criminology and other related subjects. At this place the ceremony for the new students will be held.
you'll find more information about our juridical system in my local custom tip.
Then I walked up to this building I found interesting thing because its style alike in ancient Athens or Rome. Building is adorned by the Athena in on the top picture of main university building.
There is the main building of University of Oslo and it is near Oslo station and other main strategically places of Oslo. Big and beautiful square is located near this building.
The University of Oslo was erected in 1811. The building that can you see today was built between 1851 and 1854 by the German architect Karl Schinkel. In the Magna Room you can see nice paintings made by E.Munch (1910-1916).
On the opposite side of Karl Johans Gate from the National theater you will find the University of Oslo.
When the guys in hats came across this building we were not sure what it was at first. We noticed there were lots of bicycles and young people sitting around the steps. They looked like students....and then the DUH moment hit us. This was the University of Oslo of course.
The University of Oslo is Norways oldest and largest school for higher education. From its web page I learned that it was founded in 1811 while Norway was still under Danish rule. And the university has been the home to four Nobel prize winners.
You can check out the University of Oslo as you walk down the Karl Johansgate. The important thing about this building is that the Aula was decorated by Edvard Munch & used to be the host to the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony until 1989!
The University Square is surrounded by three buildings: Domus Bibliotheca (The Library) to the left, Domus Media in the middle and Domus Academica to the right. The banqueting hall in Domus Media (called «Universitetets Aula») is where the winners of the Nobel Peace Prize conduct their speech.
It has a very beautiful architect. It was founded in 1811 and is regarded as the best university in Oslo with 32,000 students.
I had some former collaborators from this University in 1990s.
Oslo University is in Karl Johans Gate, the main street in Oslo. Althought is is the most important building of the Oslo University it houses nowadays only the lawyers school.