Holmenkollen is a hilly ski ... More recreation area and is well known for its ski jump. One of the world’s oldest ski museums and a lookout tower with great views of the city are found here.
Tonsberg, Norway’s oldest town, makes for a good one-day trip. It is a popular summer retreat and the surrounding region is home to many interesting museums and other historical sites.
Oslo has a continental climate. Summers are pleasant; the average temperature in July and August is 21°C. Winters are severe and long with heavy snowfall, and the temperature stays consistently below 0°C.
One end of the region is covered with forest area. The city centre lies on the other end close to the bay and in between is the residential area. The Oslo port is the largest cargo ... More port of Norway and an important player in the city’s economy.
The original settlement was a little away from the current location. But, since that area was susceptible to fires, the city was rebuilt at its current location.
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