Oslo City Hall Overview
Seated in the capital of Norway, City hall is a magnificent building with a red brick structure. It opened its doors in 1950 and is abode to the largest carillon in the Nordics. The city council and administration are also seated here.

This architectural gem of Oslo won the title of "Structure of the Century" in the 2005 vote. This place best showcases the cultural and political sides of the city and makes it worth it to explore among the other Oslo tourist places.

One can sight the exotic Norwegian art adorning the structure of the city hall with motifs from Norwegian history, culture, and working life. Experience a great time at the Carillon concerts that are organized on the first Saturday every month at 11 AM, in June, July, and August every Sunday at 3 PM.

Location: Rådhusplassen 1, 0037 Oslo, Norway
Highlights: Wall paintings, architecture, history and more.
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