This was the first time we used the subway. Honestly I must admit I didn't even know that Oslo had a subway. It was pretty old, but felt clean and safe. We went off at the fashionable district Majorstuen, just northwest of the city center.
There is a couple of modern office buildings in Majorstuen.
This is KPMG-bygget. 62m tall, 18 floors. Modern glass highrise built in 2001.
Colosseum, a large cinema.
Postmodern residential blocks in Majorstuen.
Taking a tram for the first time in Oslo on the way back from Vigelandparken. I think it is Bogstadveien, one of Oslo's main roads. The strange thing is that the driver changed tracks manually with a bar in the asphalt!
The tram was driving right through the fountain in this traffic circle! Very special! So special that I didn't even noticed the old sports car when taking the photo.
Frognerparken, also called Vigelandsparken was one of the greatest visits. It is a beautiful park, filled with strange human sculptures by the mason Gustav Vigeland.
The gate to Vigeland Statue Park.
The way to Monolitten, the center of the park, is bordered by bizarre human sculptures.
This angry baby was stolen, but was founded again according to Kjetil.
View towards Uranienborg kirke
An impressive fountain.
Looking towards Uranienborg kirke from 1886. At 70m it is Oslo's tallest church. Seen from Monlitten.
Monolitten in Vigelandsparken. Built 1943, it is 17 m tall. It took 14 years to complete by the mason Gustav Vigeland. The views are nice from the platform it stands on.
Monolitten consist 121 human figures.
View towards KPMG-bygget.
Humans form a circle.
A small arch with humans on the top.