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Frogner Hovedgård – Wikipedia

Frogner Hovedgård – Wikipedia

View of the City from Mount Floyen

Bergen - Gateway to the Norwegian Fjords

View of the City from Mount Floyen

“Nasjonalen”. This costume, a simplified version of the hardangerbunad, was used as a national costume for all of Norway in the late 19th century and early 20th century.

“Nasjonalen”. This costume, a simplified version of the hardangerbunad, was used as a national costume for all of Norway in the late 19th century and early 20th century.

Frogner Hovedgård – Wikipedia

Frogner Hovedgård – Wikipedia

Historiske bilder: Oslo, Ringeriket og Buskerud

Historiske bilder: Oslo, Ringeriket og Buskerud

A ésta chica si que la dejaron sus papás pintar en las paredes :D (Charlotte Mann, British artist)

A ésta chica si que la dejaron sus papás pintar en las paredes :D (Charlotte Mann, British artist)

All around the world, in almost any city or town, you can find many monuments, sculptures and statues displayed in parks, squares or other places. These public artworks represent different things, but most usually they are monuments dedicated to fallen heroes, distinguished individuals or represent some significant part of the history. But some of them are pure art, representing their artist's inspiration and message #art

Top 10 Most Amazing Sculptures from Around The World

All around the world, in almost any city or town, you can find many monuments, sculptures and statues displayed in parks, squares or other places. These public artworks represent different things, but most usually they are monuments dedicated to fallen heroes, distinguished individuals or represent some significant part of the history. But some of them are pure art, representing their artist's inspiration and message #art

Frogner Hovedgård ca. 1840, etter Wegners ombygging. Paviljongen til høyre ble av Wegner tilflyttet fra Modum. Malt av: Ferdinand Gjøs

Frogner Hovedgård ca. 1840, etter Wegners ombygging. Paviljongen til høyre ble av Wegner tilflyttet fra Modum. Malt av: Ferdinand Gjøs

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