Tags : Historical Site
Timings : Monday - Sunday: 9 AM - 4 PM
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The Oslo City Hall is a municipal building located in the city's heart. The Oslo City Hall features two towers, the tallest of which is 66 meters and the other 63 meters tall. The eastern tower has a carillon set of 49 bells. From classical music to more modern pop, the bells play it all.
It was designed by renowned architects Arnstein Arneberg and Magnus Poulsson. The city hall bells in Oslo ring hourly from seven in the morning till midnight. The structure hosts several occasions and festivities, including the December annual Nobel Peace Prize ceremony.
Along with other municipal organizations, it is home to the city council and the city's administration. The construction of the building took place between 1931 and 1950, with a break during the Second World War.
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