The Oslo Opera House in Norway is located by the sea in Oslo and is an ultra-modern design building. From a distance, he was like a white sailboat docked on the sea. The facilities in the entire theater are very advanced, and large-scale opera performances are often held here. If you have the opportunity, I highly recommend everyone to watch them all.
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The Oslo Opera House in Norway is a very modern opera house. Its all-glass curtain wall is built on the edge of the sea. When viewed from a distance, it is like a crystal house, under the sunlight. Sparkling, the facilities here are also very advanced, the acoustics are very good, it is definitely worth visiting.
The Oslo Opera House has more people on the roof than on the ground! The opera house can be used not only for various performances, but also as a viewing platform overlooking the city!
Standing on it and browsing the whole city, I found a lot of tower cranes. It seems that the tiger city of Oslo is also booming and flourishing!
The Oslo Opera House has a unique shape, resembling a white sailboat parked at the mouth of the fjord, the marble slope roof can be climbed up, and the beautiful sunset scenery is excellent. The opera house is near the oslo centerstation railway station. I walked from the palace to Karl Johan Street and then all the way to the sea. There is also one of the biggest benefits here, there are toilets, or free! I didn’t see the toilet on Karl Johan Street. The HM store asked me that there was no toilet. If I hadn’t been too weak in English, I would like to have a good theory~ By the way, there are public toilets in the railway station, 20nok, there are pictures to prove it, it’s amazing. ^ω^)↗
The Oslo Opera House is also a building that makes Oslo people proud. The Opera House is built by the sea, which reminds people of the Sydney Opera House, but the style is completely different. Hahaha
Preston_Dominguez: Kirsten Flagstads Plass 1 0150 Oslo
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Det Kongelige Slott,Oslo City Hall,Akershus Fortress,Nobel Peace Center,The National Theatre