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The Palace Park, Oslo

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The Palace Park is a public park in the center of Oslo, Norway, surrounding the Royal Palace. It is.HistoryIt was built during the 1840s and was designed by Hans Ditlev Franciscus Linstow, who was the main architect of the palace. Two thousand trees were planted in 1848, but since then the park has been redeveloped several times, becoming simpler with larger but fewer paths and fewer creeks.
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  • Popular Castle Park is Oslo's Central City Park, with the total area of all the 225 acres/goals. An ornament-and beautiful gem for Oslo, but also for our beloved Royal family, and is one of the capital's first major parks. Is the second largest park in the inner city, after Vigeland Sculpture Park. It surrounds the Royal Castle on all sides and is characterised by the green grass hills, blooming meadows, colorful staudefelt and mature trees. The main part of the Park is open to the public all year round, while the Queen Park is open from 18. May to 1. October every year. The Royal Parks were laid out in parallel with the construction of the Castle, and is based on the nature of the ideals that characterized European garden art in the mid 1800 's. The Park is a protected cultural heritage, and is managed by the castle's gardeners. Queen Park constitutes a separate part of the Castle Park, and has its origins dating back to 1751 when it was filed as a private rokokkohage on byløkken Sommerro. It was a part of the Castle Park in 1840. The address is the Palace Square 1. 0010 Oslo. Is strongly recommended! d:o)
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  • The park around the royal palace is absolutely gorgeous all year round. The Queen´s park which is next door and only open during the summer months is a hidden gem and very quiet. The park is not too b...  more »
  • A beautiful park of 22 hectares with mature trees, ponds and gardens which surrounds the official palace, home of the King and Queen. Loved the changing of the guard ceremony, and especially the very ...  more »
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  • One day i have a dream and a experience to travelling in Oslo City, Kingdom of Norway. I like to see Norwegian face-to-face one day; to have a small chat sharing of Culture and of Education between Indonesian and Norwegian both of the Main Point of Discussion. Thank You. #myapologize to anybody, if there was something wrong in my pronounce in English. Keep going to be Fit and Better done. 😁
  • Lovely evening walk to The Royal Palace, not too posh like other european royal palaces. Not opened for public. Guards at the gate.
  • Didn't attempt to see if we could go in but a nice park. Royal Palace quite impressive. Park in a good location to get in to the centre of town. Nice bit of greenery close to the hub.
  • nice royal palace but there are not that many people compared to other countries royal palace
  • The building itself isn't that exciting by the park surrounding is lovely