The National Theatre in Oslo, Norway is an ancient building with a history of more than 200 years. The area of the entire theater is not very large, but it is one of the famous European theaters. Some classic opera performances are often staged here, and it is worth visiting.
The statue on the left side of the entrance of the Norwegian National Theatre is the famous Norwegian dramatist and writer Henrik Ibsen. His famous works include "Doll's House" and "The Enemy of the People". His works have played a positive role in China's May Fourth New Cultural Movement. Promote! In the rain, I visited Vigeland Sculpture Park. There are 192 sculptures in the park, with a total of 650 statues.
The Norwegian National Theatre is a very large and important theater. The scenery of the opera house is also quite fun, you can feel a rich landscape, and the national-level theater environment is still good. [The scenery] is not bad [interesting] It is a very interesting environment
Very inpressive theatre, but closed during summer.
Its a bilding thats inpress. Innside and autside its fantastisk.
Beautiful building located right in the middle of one of Oslo's busiest bus/tram and subway stops. It's situated on cute grounds with flowers, sculpture and fountains for visual intrigue. Certainly a nice spot to walk by if you don't have time to see a show.
The National Theatre was built in the late 19th century. The whole building of the theater is a neoclassical style, with a goose yellow appearance. The National Theatre is Norway's highest performing center, with a simple exterior, but elaborate interior decoration, and a magnificent appearance.
In front of the National Theatre is a bronze statue of Ibsen, the Norwegian writer and doll house author!
Preston_Dominguez:Johanne Dybwads plass 1, 0161 Oslo
Jeremy_Dodson:I recommended Det Kongelige Slott,Oslo City Hall,Akershus Fortress,Nobel Peace Center,The National Theatre