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Norway - Bygdøy Royal Farm is the official summer residence of The King and Queen.

Bygdøy Royal Estate (Norwegian: Bygdøy kongsgård) occupies a large part of the northwestern part of the Bygdøy peninsula in Oslo, Norway. It is the official summer residence of the King of Norway.

Oslo is a municipality, and the capital and most populous city of Norway. As a municipality (formannskapsdistrikt), it was established on 1 January 1838. Founded around 1048 by King Harald III, the city was largely destroyed by fire in 1624. The city was moved during the reign of King Christian IV.

Top: Parliament of Norway Building, middle left: Bjørvika, middle right: Oslo City Hall seen from Akershus Castle, bottom: Oslo Opera House.

Sheeps on their way home from the mountains in the Autumn in Sirdal, Norway

♥ ~ ♥ Sheep ♥ ~ ♥ Sheep on their way home from the mountains - Sirdal, Norway

Viking Ship Museum, Oslo, Norway

Viking Ship Museum, Oslo, Norway I want to go back so bad

Скандинавский костюм объективом Лайлы Дуран - «Впечатления дороже знаний...»

Text and photo Laila Duran © The “Old Valdres Bunad” is one of the first embroidered bunads designed in The motif was copied from a bonnet dated the middle of the century.

Telemarkskanalen, Norge

Daily Afternoon Randomness (50 Photos)

The Henrik Ibsen in a lock at Vrangfoss staircase locks, Telemark Canal, Norway

Folk Museum in northern Norway - photo by mylittlenorway; Many folk museums were built in the 1800s and exemplify life in rural Norway. The inside of most heritage buildings have also been restored to their original 1800s grandeur. ...and the roof still has sod...

Folk Museum in northern Norway - photo by mylittlenorway; Many folk museums were built in the and exemplify life in rural Norway. The inside of most heritage buildings have also been restored to their original grandeur.and the roof still has sod.

One of the questions I’ve gotten the most since moving to Norway is from people traveling to Oslo and wondering where to visit near Oslo to really experience Norway. And it’s always stumped me! While

A Norwegian Mountain Escape to Rjukan (Heart My Backpack)

If you're looking to get out of Oslo and get a real taste of Norway - head to Rjukan! At the foot of Gaustatoppen and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Rjukan makes for a perfect Norwegian trip.

From the old home of a Norwegian painter, Nikolai Astrup, now serving as a museum. Astruptunet in Jølster, Norway.

From the old home of a Norwegian painter, Nikolai Astrup, now serving as a museum. Astruptunet in Jølster, Norway.

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