The Norwegian Parliament Building is the highest administrative body in Norway. Although the parliament building has only three floors, it is very magnificent. It is also a landmark building in Oslo as a whole, and it is also one of the city attractions that must be visited when visiting Norway.
The Norwegian parliament building is a government office. The building is quite large. This parliament facility is quite unique. The interior of the building cannot be visited. The parliament is also an important administrative function in Norway. [Scenery] The entire building has a large area [Interest] It is also very interesting
The building is well-constructed, it is located in the center of the city, on both sides are main main roads, integrated tours are around the old town, every day will pass through here, the interior of the building can also be visited.
Wander the streets of Oslo, the capital of Norway. Visited the city hall, parliament building, Akerhus Castle, Villeland Sculpture Park and other landscapes. I saw the statue of the famous dramatist Ibsen on the square in front of the Norwegian Opera House. As a young literary girl, how eagerly I wanted to be a "Runaway Nora"!
Norway is a Nordic country. Because it is in the north, the sun is rarely seen for a long time a year. If it is winter, the sun will come out in the morning, and the sun will go down again before the afternoon. Therefore, in these Nordic countries, the building windows are very large. The most important thing is to get as much light as possible.
I saw the practical information of Trip.com attractions, we went after 10 o'clock. Sure enough, there is a queue at the door of the Parliament Building, and there are also signs for 30 people per time. After entering the building in sequence, the security check is serious, the storage package and coats. It is found that most of the sightseeing is European, only 2 of us. The whole English introduction, the center only one, what is the National Assembly? For example, you have a will to express, you can hold a placard on the door square, will definitely receive you, etc.... There are also a lot of art works in the building, also visited the National Assembly members' meeting rooms and rest office places. The whole journey is an alternative "ideological education", haha!