Karl Johans Gate

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Tags : Commercial Street

Timings : Open 24 hours

Entry Fee : No Entry Fee

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Karl Johans Gate, Oslo Overview

Karl Johans Gate is the main, centrally located, happening street in the city of Oslo. The street was named after King Charles III John. Over 1000 meters long, Karl Johans gate is a merger of several ancient alleys that were once distinct roadways. Numerous tourist hotspots are found on this street, including the National Theatre, the former university buildings, the Palace Park, and the Spikersuppa pond, which serves as an ice-skating rink in the winter. In addition, the historic Fire Watch, which operated as Oslo's primary fire station from 1860 until 1939, is incorporated with the Bazaar Market, situated around the lower end of the Oslo Cathedral. Enhanced with happening cafes and stores, you are sure to get engrossed, shopping all day. Please note that most stores could be closed on Sundays, so plan your trip accordingly.

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