Tags : River
Timings : Open 24 hours
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Akerselva is a river in Oslo that flows through modern Nydalen and historic Grünerlokka after originating in the Maridalsvannet lake. The Akerselva River is about 8.2 kilometers. Numerous historic industrial structures along the river once served as a source of energy for a nearby industry. The entire region of the river is now an eco-park.
The eight-kilometre riverside walk follows parks, little forests, charming bridges, and twenty or so waterfalls that used to power the whole of Oslo's industry. Other interesting places that add life to the surrounding area include eye-popping streets, charming houses, historical relics, old mills, bars, cafes with delicious food, shopping stores, etc. In addition, the presence of human-made waterfalls leaves traces of creative urban life. There is also a park for the kids to play while you take a peaceful stroll along the gorgeous riverfront.
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