Tag Archives: Oslo

11 most popular Instagrams in January 2015

Our 11 most popular Instagram photos last month are mostly of wintry Oslo, but not all. Here they are: 1. In Drammen, close to home, is an abandoned copper mine. Took me years to finally visit. Abandoned copper mine not far from home. Only possible to go inside the mountain 4 times a year. A […]

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Silent Sunday: Holmenkollen Ski Jump in Oslo

Holmenkollen ski jump on an overcast winter’s day – Oslo in Norway

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Most popular Instagrams in November 2014

I’m enjoying Instagram more and more. The majority of last month’s faves are from Southern Norway. But let’s let the photos speak for themselves; here are our most popular Instagrams in November. 1. Finnemarka, Norway Late autumn in the forest, Norway A photo posted by Sophie's World (@sophieredisch) on Nov 14, 2014 at 7:27am PST […]

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Munch at Oslo airport

Are you familiar with the Norwegian painter Edvard Munch? You will at least have seen his work Skrik (Scream) in one of its many forms, if not as a painting, perhaps as a punching bag? A year ago, one of four original versions of the world-famous painting was sold at Sotheby’s for a record 119.9 […]

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A Perfect Day in Oslo

Today, I’m joining the 100 cities to homeswap before you die-initiative and I’ll let you in on how to spend a perfect day in Oslo. (For more information on the project, click on the link at the end of the article.) It’s not easy. That’s not because there’s a shortage of things to enjoy, quite […]

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Winter family fun in Oslo

Want to get the kids away from the screens and out in the fresh air? Here are a few tips for some family-fun in the snow in the Norwegian capital. Nature is all around you here: the Oslo fjord and its islands, forests, lakes and parks – and the locals enthusiastically enjoy it all. Perhaps […]

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River Music and Water Spirits

This week, I thought I’d tell you about a very cool sound sculpture in our homebase in Drammen, Norway. Let’s explore the river music. The River Harp The large pedestrian bridge Ypsilon is a Drammen landmark. Next to Ypsilon is the River Harp, a sound sculpture comprising two large silver balls, one on either side of the […]

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