Although compared with other churches, it's not very old buildings, but it's really beautiful. There's open time in the pictures. It's free. Stavanger's church charges a fee. But I don't think it's any worse than that one. We were lucky when we went there. Some people worshiped in it and listened to their singers. It's really beautiful.
The appearance of the church is not impressive, but its history can be traced back to 1697. The exquisite stained glass and painted ceiling are very worth seeing. The altar is decorated with sculptures inspired by the Last Supper and the Passion of Jesus. Although the church is not grand, it is exquisite and the details are well done. The pipe organ behind the church is magnificent, and it is surrounded by hollow decorations. No tickets
Oslo Cathedral is magnificent under the blue sky. The courtyard beside the cathedral is full of trees and grass. The early morning sun shines through the chestnut leaves on the brick walls of the church. The courtyard is quiet and quiet. The chestnuts fall under the trees, shining with oil. The birds peck the fallen leaves, chirp and chirp, and the autumn is full of beauty.