Travel Guide of Oslo
First settled circa 1883, Oslo is an unincorporated community in southeastern Indian River County, Florida, United States. It is part of the Sebastian–Vero Beach Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Explore Popular Places in Oslo
- Sognsvann is a 3.3 km circumference lake just north of Oslo, Norway. Lying just within the greenbelt around Oslo, the lake is a popular recreational area, used as a camping, picnicking and bathing destination for the residents of Oslo during the summer, as well as a cross-country skiing, skating and ice fishing destination in the winter
Welcome to the Hatlas Travel's guide of Oslo !
We have identified 23 travel influencers who have made a trip to Norway and spent a lot of time looking for spots in Oslo to take the best pictures for their communities.
Once they found one, they obviously have to go to these spots to take their shots. It also happens that an unexpected landscape is photographed for its beauty before being posted.
On this travel guide, we curated 31 beautiful shots of Oslo from these travelers, adventurers and photographers...
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What to see in Oslo ?
About Akershus Fortress:
Akershus Fortress or Akershus Castle is a medieval castle in the Norwegian capital Oslo that was built to protect and provide a royal residence for the city.
"The goal was to show activity on an around the beautiful opera house in Oslo, and to show how beautiful the Opera is in itself."
Norway, officially the Kingdom of Norway, is a Nordic country in Northern Europe whose mainland territory comprises the western and northernmost portion of the Scandinavian Peninsula; Mainland Norway and the remote island of Jan Mayen as well as the archipelago of Svalbard form Metropolitan Norway.
About Oslo Cathedral:
Oslo Cathedral — formerly Our Savior's Church — is the main church for the Church of Norway Diocese of Oslo, as well as the parish church for downtown Oslo. The present building dates from 1694–1697. The Norwegian Royal Family and the Norwegian Government use the Cathedral for public events.