Oslo Cathedral Overview
Oslo Cathedral is mainly known as a venue for Norwegian Royal Family weddings and funerals. The extravagant architecture is the first thing that impresses the visitors here. A magnificent altarpiece with acanthus carvings and stained glass windows by Emanuel Vigeland, a 1950 tempera ceiling by Hugo Louis Mohr are some of the things worth sighting at this place.

Original elements like the pulpit, altarpiece, and organ front in a 1748 model of The Last Supper and the Crucifixion used in the construction of this cathedral are the major highlights of this place. For all the religious architecture and history enthusiasts, this place is a must to visit the location where one can enjoy exploration in a group as well as private tours. There is no entry fee to explore this place amongst other Oslo tourist places.

Location: Karl Johans gate 11, 0154 Oslo, Norway
Highlights: The pulpit, organ front, and altarpiece, 1950 tempera ceiling by Hugo Louis Mohr and more.
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