Oslo National Theatre was built in 1899. It has a history of more than 100 years. It is the largest theater in Norway. Its interior decoration is elegant and luxurious, and it is the most advanced theatre in Norway. There are two statues in front of the main entrance of the theatre. On the left is Henrik Ibsen (1828.1906), and on the right is Biosha, the famous Norwegian people's literary writer (1832.1910). The theatre has a beautiful appearance and good scenery. There is an endless stream of visitors here to watch and take pictures.
The Norwegian National Theatre is located on the road in front of the city hall of Oslo, a red house. It is the largest theatre in Norway. It was built in 1899 and has a history of more than 100 years. It is the largest theatre in Norway. The two statues in front of the main entrance are Henrik Ibsen, the master of drama, on the left, and Biosha, the famous Norwegian people's literary writer, on the right. There are boulevards and commercial catering streets in front of the door.
The Norwegian theatre is particularly well located, with 75 (%) of its urban area being forests and arable land, and its per capita greening area ranks first in European capitals. The city is located near the bay, the air is humid and the climate is warm and suitable. So it's worth coming here.
The National Grand Theatre is a triangular roof of ancient Greek palace-style architecture with a line of National Theater on both sides of the main entrance of the Grand Theatre. The two statues of Ibsen, the master of drama, and Bianson, the writer of people's literature, are both proud figures with a facial expression that expresses the contemptuous character of the literati vividly.
From the outside, the Opera House is a white, sloping stone roof, rising from the Oslo Fjord; its beautiful marble and granite roof looks like a water glacier; the front is full of solar panels, which are said to meet all the power needs of the theatre. We entered the lobby from the main entrance and saw a huge open house with extremely concise interior decoration. It was a place for the audience to rest, with bars and restaurants. On the roof of the opera house, you can enjoy Oslo's cityscape and the scenery of the fjord, and then come down from the right.
The Norwegian National Theatre is the main theatre in Oslo. It was built in 1899 and is a classical building with Rococo style. On both sides of the main entrance, bronze statues of two representative Norwegian dramatists, Ibsen and Bianchon, were placed. There are four stages of different sizes in the theatre. Ibsen's plays are often staged here. If you are interested, you might as well buy a ticket and listen to elegant art intoxicatedly.
Oslo National Theatre is located on City Hall Avenue. The theatre itself is not large, but it has a very long history. It is a neoclassical building. In front of the theatre stands statues of several great Norwegian dramatists and musicians, who represent the profound history of Norwegian drama culture.
Along the way from Central Station to the Palace, you can see this ancient building opposite Oslo University, with two bronze statues in front of the square. Knowing that the building has been over a hundred years old, no wonder many tourists take pictures outside the door.
The new one, just next to the Oslo Railway Station, is very close. It must climb up to the top and have a good view of Oslo, especially at dusk.