There are many kinds of Nobel Prizes. There are only one kind of prizes here. The rest are frequently awarded in the Square of City Hall in Stockholm, Sweden, such as physics, chemistry, literature and so on. This is the Peace Center. Naturally, only the Peace Prize is awarded. On the second floor, the head in each small frame is a person who has made special contributions to peace. Every other time, the sound of the award will be sounded, making people feel immersed in the situation.
The Norwegian-Oslo Nobel Peace Center then learned about the despair in the world and how to cherish the life we have now.
Close to Oslo City Hall, at an intersection of trams, the creamy yellow buildings stand out on the blue sky and the white clouds of the sea. There are also cafes and shops with information about past Peace Prize winners and Alfred Nobel Prize winners. Some sources say that the Nobel Peace Prize Award Ceremony is held here every Dec. 10, and more importantly, at the Oslo City Hall in the Red House. I think the latter is right. This place was rebuilt from an old railway station.
The library has many materials and articles related to the Nobel Peace Prize. It can understand the life introduction and related materials of the Nobel Peace Prize winner. It has a long insight and is worth visiting. You can listen to the explanation, but not very much.