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Three attractions share the same house. Edvard Munch, the painter, was born at Pilestredet 29 and lived here as a child. The mural of The Scream, based on Edvard Munch's painting and recreated here in black and white, is very impressive and was made by architecture students when the buildings were threatened by demolition. This is one of Oslo's few murals and should be seen. Close by is the Blitz building, which offers punk concerts and various political activities, as well as tasty waffles and cheap vegetarian food.
Eidsvolls plass is located in the capital city of Oslo, Norway. It is also known as the National Mall of Norway owing to a large number of national symbols that are found here. It was a marshy land earlier, but with the number of buildings that developed around this place, it was converted into a park. In the year 1956, a water pool was added to the park. This pool is used for ice skating during the winter season and has become a major attraction here.
Spikersuppa is a temporary, open-air ice rink located right in the heart of the city between the parliament and National Theater. The 25 x 10 meter (82 x 33 foot) rink is open during the winter and makes a great place to spend an energetic hour or two, skating, enjoying the atmosphere, and admiring the city. Skates can be rented from the outdoor restaurant. A loudspeaker system provides the music and entrance is free. In the summer the ice rink is transformed into a pond.
With its main stage a stone's throw from Karl Johans Gate, Oslo Nye has a repertoire consisting mainly of comedies, frequently contemporary, interspersed now and then with more hardboiled pieces and children's plays. Since 1971 Centralteatret in Akersgaten has served Oslo Nye as a second stage, whereas Oslo Bymuseum in Frognerparken houses the theater's stage for puppet plays. Oslo Nye Teater was founded as a joint-stock company in 1957, and since 1967 the Municipality of Oslo has been taking care of its finances. Some of the theater's famed directors have included Mentz Schulerud, Thoralv Maurstad and Berthold Halle.
Oslo Nye has three theatres spread across the city of Oslo. The Oslo Nye Hovedscenen is the main theatre, featuring modern architecture and great acoustics to give visitors a memorable experience. Constantly buzzing with new performances and pieces, it's a good idea to check what's on at the theatre. The theatre hosts major performances and theatre pieces, of both national and international importance from classic to contemporary. For details on what's currently on, visit the website.
Le bâtiment du Parlement abrite le norvégien Storting (Parlement) et date de 1866. Des visites guidées sont organisées quotidiennement entre le 1er juillet et 20 août, en norvégien, anglais, allemand et français à 10h, 11h30 et 13h. Entre le 15 septembre et le 15 juin des visites guidées sont organisées tous les samedis (en norvégien uniquement) à 10h, 11h30 et 13h. Des visites pour les groupes peuvent être organisés sur demande, entre juin et septembre. Les visites durent environ une heure.