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CODA Oslo International Dance Festival 2009

CODA is Norway’s largest international dance festival, and this year it includes 30 different performances, 13 Norwegian premieres and four world premieres. The sixth CODA Oslo International Dance Festival will be held 9-24 October 2009...

Share your Oslo on VisitOSLO.com

Did you know you can share your Oslo video and pictures on VisitOSLO.com and compete for great prizes? Your travel review, your photos and your videoes will be available to all visitors at visitoslo.com....

Gay Day at TusenFryd amusement park in Oslo

The first ever Gay Day at Norway’s largest amusement park will take place on the day after the Mr. Gay Europe final in Oslo. Mr. Gay Europe producers Morten Rudå and Tore Aasheim believe...

Oslo one of Monocle Magazine’s top 25 cities

This month Oslo appears for the first time in Monocle‘s renowned Quality of Life Index. Only 25 cities make the magazine’s annual list, and Oslo is ranked number 17. Monocle says: “This is Oslo’s...

Eurovision Song Contest 2010: The Decision is Oslo!

    Norwegian Broadcasting (NRK) announced during a press conference today that next years Eurovision Song Contest semi-finals and finals will be arranged in Oslo on May 29th 2010 after some discussion about the location in...

Oslo praised by German newspaper

  Berliner Morgenpost was particularly impressed with Oslo’s architecture, atmposphere and closeness to nature. The newspaper called Oslo “the best-preserved German city” because of the dominating neoclassical and jugend architectural styles. The popular Grünerløkka...

Jernbanetorget reopened in Oslo

On Sunday 26 April Norway’s busiest junction reopened after two years of refurbishment. For the first time, all of Oslo’s trams will stop at or by Jernbanetorget. The new Jernbanetorget offers improved access and...