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The Palace Park, Oslo

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
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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  • Surrounding the Royal Palace park is maintained. The lane will walk. There are many benches and trees, flowers, ponds and fountains. People have a break on the bench, was relaxed. Images of famous people.
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  • Personally we enjoyed Slottsparken the most during our visit to Oslo. Here you can find peace among the busy everyday life of the Norwegians. Well-tended and spacious. 
  • We walked thru this park on the way back to our hotel from Vigeland Park. Some parts of Oslo didn't seem very green, so was nice to see this pretty park balancing that out a bit. 
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