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 National Theatre is the highest-level performance center in Norway. It has a simple appearance, but the interior is meticulously decorated, graceful and luxurious. There are also two statues at the entrance of the Grand Theater. One is a statue of the playwright Ibsen, and the other is also a famous folk writer. Both works have been moved to the stage of the National Grand Theater.
Very inpressive theatre, but closed during summer.
Its a bilding thats inpress. Innside and autside its fantastisk.