Tags : Church & Cathedral
Opening Hours : Monday - Thursday, Saturday - Sunday : - 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday: 4:00 PM - 11:30 PM
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The Oslo Cathedral, also known as Our Savior's Church, is a parish church located in the city centre of Oslo. It is decorated in the Baroque style, with acanthus carvings and carvings on the front of the organ, an altarpiece, a pulpit, and large murals on the ceiling.
It was founded in 1697. Glass windows with painted sconces and high ceilings make the church more beautiful and elegant. This church is composed of two buildings, one of which is a beautiful chapel designed by the famous architect Arnstein Arneberg and the second one is a bazaar hall containing shops selling souvenirs. Three main pillars depicting the art, the diaconate, and services are sculpted beautifully into the main entrance of the church.
Architectural Design : Baroque Architecture
Admission Fee : Free admission
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